Away with your beads and mummeries, your paternosters and genuflections!
Ay, justice and mercy and humbleness—not paternosters and penances.
He still stands affrighted, trembling, and repeating his Paternosters.
They drew on to where the rocks of the Paternosters foamed to the unquiet sea.
The man made no answer and went on mumbling his paternosters.
It was ridiculous to sit astride a bough and say Paternosters and Aves.
But there, ye shall be having while the blessed man says three Paternosters, and not the least taste of time beyond!
It is almost as bad as the Popish habit of buying indulgences, by saying an almost fabulous number of ave-marias and paternosters.
Rome counts her beads and mumbles her paternosters, but she has outgrown the primitive faith in Renunciation.
The girl seemed a good, quiet, tame little thing, and said her paternosters as she should do.