man-at-arms

[ man-uh t-ahrmz ]SEE DEFINITION OF man-at-arms

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A man-at-arms lounged out of the guardhouse to inquire our business.

Meanwhile he snatched the only one at hand from the man-at-arms that carried it.

For my Captain had his notion of rank and place, as a man-at-arms should have.

Every man-at-arms is one of its fingers, and there are thousands of them.

He was in one her physician, her spiritual director, her man-at-arms.

He was about to reply when a man-at-arms entered and whispered to Ugolini.

He was about to go and knock, pretending to be a man-at-arms with a message.

But it is not only the man-at-arms who travels on his belly—the nation at war does the same.

In a word, he was transformed from the penman into the captain and man-at-arms.

Meanwhile Cecchino had become a man-at-arms of the Duke, who had taken him to Rome.

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