Thesaurus / menial

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Daisy Griggs told me this morning that Mignon said she wouldnt be seen associating with a menial like that Browning girl.

He lay there five days, during which we performed every friendly and even every menial office.

They could toil unceasingly, bend their backs to the most menial labor, so long as they toiled upon their own freehold.

Nobody's ChildElizabeth Dejeans

"That would make out a good deal more of the menial in the world than is commonly supposed," laughed Hesper.

Mary MarstonGeorge MacDonald

Of course not, my dear Miss Dalton; but shall I commit the precious charge to a menial's hand?

On no account can he employ the left hand, which must be reserved for menial services.

Forgetting that the act, so natural to an American, is ungentlemanly and menial in England, he opened the door himself.

He was, however, sent for, and the menial offices they were both engaged to perform were only nominal.

Her poverty, largely caused by a worthless husband, obliged her to perform the most menial labors.

The labour of menial servants does not continue the existence of the fund which maintains and employs them.

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