messenger

[ mes-uhn-jer ]SEE DEFINITION OF messenger

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MESSENGER

“If an angel be a messenger of God, I trow he is one,” said Tibble.

"For Miss Dennis," said the messenger; but she handed the card to Mrs. Roberts.

A note came by a messenger who waited for no answer, as he told the yawning maid.

The messenger, too, who lends himself to her humour now becomes a proper man.

Sometimes when there was quarreling between the clans they would not receive a messenger.

Mayhew sent by messenger a huge placard reading, "Wanted, A Wife."

Then the messenger threw aside his mask, and Seth saw that he was Death.

She thought that she should see Death, too in the same way, as a messenger.

The messenger had "no friend on earth," according to Fenton.

He told the servant to provide the messenger with refreshment, then turned to his guest.

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