seneschal

[ sen-uh-shuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF seneschal
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"He shall have four silver candlesticks," said the seneschal moodily.

The castle is taken and on fire, the seneschal is slain, and there is nought left for us.

"It is the Seneschal of Toulouse, with his following," said Johnston, shading his eyes with his hand.

It was from the seneschal of the Palace that I first heard that tragic news.

It was the face of Mariani, the seneschal of the Castle of Cessna.

And there was in addition present the seneschal of Pagliano who is present here.

With a wave of the hand the Seneschal belittled his own goodness.

The office of Seneschal in a province such as Dauphiny is helas!

"Monsieur, these insults—" began the Seneschal, summoning dignity to his aid.

The Seneschal shrugged his shoulders, and chewed a second at his beard.

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