Thesaurus / chamberlain

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At last it happened that the Emperor came upon a book which said this, and he at once sent for his Chamberlain.

Stories to Tell ChildrenSara Cone Bryant

Yet they paused when they perceived that the prince wished to speak: a final word to the chamberlain.

EverychildLouis Dodge

That Boston newspaper, the Traveler, in spreading the Chamberlain unpleasantness, was assiduously biographical.

Dorset resigned the office of Chamberlain, but not in ill humour, and retired loaded with marks of royal favour.

He has felt, ever since he knew this fact, like having a clearer right of inheritance in Professor Chamberlain.

And in this connection he spoke gratefully of the pioneer work which Mr. Chamberlain and Mr. Jesse Collings had performed.

Lord Randolph ChurchillWinston Spencer Churchill

He will make you secretary—raise you to be chamberlain some day, if you know how to make good use of your fortune.'

HypatiaCharles Kingsley

No office: I will not be a minister, nor even a chamberlain.

813Maurice Leblanc

After this the City Chamberlain read him an address, to which Horace listened in resigned bewilderment.

Gloucester has been the King's chamberlain and his close friend, ii.

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