amanuensis

[ uh-man-yoo-en-sis ]SEE DEFINITION OF amanuensis
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For heaven's sake let us know, pray, pray let us know who was Lincoln's amanuensis?

Perhaps he lectured and the amanuensis took down what he said.

To Louise was consigned the office of librarian; to Petrea that of amanuensis.

If so, what is he but their amanuensis—the recorder of their decrees?

And there had been no more attempts to write letters by way of an amanuensis.

The letters w and v are used indiscriminately by Knox's amanuensis.

The writing of an amanuensis must shew you the amount of my engagements.

She became his amanuensis and secretary, and scarcely ever left his side.

They exchanged experiences—he his desire to have an amanuensis, and she hers, to be one.

It was not with the best of grace that Samantha Jane consented to be my amanuensis.

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