Thesaurus / amanuensis
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This amanuensis was very different from any other I had had.

The House of MarthaFrank R. Stockton

He may be a copyist, he may be an amanuensis, he may be a writer of originals, and furnish both the language and the ideas.

Christian ScienceMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

Austin came back from school last week, which made a great time for the Amanuensis, you may be sure.

Of the two boys, one was my amanuensis and well skilled in music, and the other was a lackey.

Jerome CardanWilliam George Waters

"Your father missed both his daughter and his amanuensis," said the captain.

Elsie at HomeMartha Finley

Forgive my dreadful handwriting, none of my womenkind are about to act as amanuensis.

As the original error seems to be one by the printer or amanuensis it does not seem desirable to perpetuate it.

Burns, who had been walking up and down the room, cast himself into an armchair and stared despairingly at his amanuensis.

Red Pepper BurnsGrace S. Richmond

After getting up late, he worked with his first amanuensis from ten in the morning until three in the afternoon.

Methods of AuthorsHugo Erichsen

The entire account of this Cassis was interpolated by Linnus in the pages of his amanuensis.

WORDS RELATED TO AMANUENSIS

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