courtier

[ kawr-tee-er, kohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF courtier

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But of that absence the courtier's enemies well availed themselves.

The quick step of Fonseca interrupted the courtier's reverie.

There is many a courtier will swear to King Henry to bring him in dead or alive.

But no use moralizing—he was always too much of a courtier for me.

Why that man has conversation for the prince and the peasant—the courtier and the anchorite.

His son had been playing with a courtier and the latter had heedlessly wounded him.

There was more stirring in his mind than the mere desire to play the courtier now.

And her tone told the courtier that his words had been lost upon the morning air.

"You were intended for a courtier, Doctor," said Sir Horace, smiling.

I was a courtier once upon a time, and have not outlived my deference to a sovereign.