ministrant

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And to this moment, no rushing river is half so ministrant to dread as is a still, dull hogshead, where insects float and fly.

Let them rather claim maintenance from a grateful public, and live, like troubadours of old, ministrant to the general joy.

When his household cares obliged the ministrant to leave her room, Nydia began to re-collect her thoughts.

Nor would the time of their ministrant be too much occupied by them, supposing him to have other uses to which to put it.

He became Elijah's constant companion and pupil and ministrant, until the great man's departure.

The priest has twice intoned, Per omnia scula sculorum, the ministrant has rung repeatedly, and still you keep on playing.

The ministrant addressed the postulant, “Brother, dost thou wish to give thyself to our faith?”

Genius in her paused and slumbered: it had been as the ministrant of solitude: it was needed no more.

The spirit of Chaos, from her uncharted tracts, summons her ministrant powers of Death and Change.

Not until this ministrant had seated herself at the foot of Miss Berber's couch did that lady refer to Stefan's request.

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