Who would rob a great house like this, full of menservants?'
And they—and they killed Hector and Claudio and Apollonio and the other menservants.
"I merely met one of the menservants who had also seen the intruders," I replied.
Perhaps we are not afraid of menservants if we look out at them from the cradle.
And she is very rich; for Manasses left her gold and silver and menservants and maid-servants and cattle and lands.
Before very long we shall train an army of menservants, and send the women to the devil.'
And he will take your menservants and your maidservants, and your goodliest oxen, and your asses, and put them to his work.
Perhaps we are not afraid of menservants if we looked out at them from the cradle.
The staff of servants had been increased at her suggestion and under her directions, and the menservants were put into livery.
Behind him stood the aide-de-camp, the doctors, and the menservants; the men and women had separated as in church.