legate[ leg-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF legate
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Yet she could sit there, laughing and feasting and trulling it lightly with the Legate!
This evidence they accounted well-confirmed by the Legate's flight.
"You are insubordinate," said the Legate, of a sudden very cold.
Fearless in his sense of right, the legate towered before him.
To this proposal the legate added that Christiern had given his consent.
The legate was her only comfort; the legate and the thing which she called religion.
They might be expected in ten days or a fortnight, and could follow the legate to England.
And the legate; but the legate has described his emotions in his own inimitable manner.
The legate dwelt in some detail on the misfortunes of the preceding years.
A legate was sent to Charles by the pope, to protest against it.