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Be this as it may, no supplicant—friend, acquaintance or stranger—was allowed to gain access to the President.
My guardian threw his supplicant off with supreme indifference, and left him dancing on the pavement as if it were red hot.
GREAT EXPECTATIONSCHARLES DICKENS
The eye of God is now upon him, and He can minister to the supplicant.
These evils I deserve, yet despair not of his final pardon whose ear is ever open, and his eye gracious to readmit the supplicant.
PEARLS OF THOUGHTMATURIN M. BALLOU
There were tears, too, in the blue eyes of Kate as she took the little supplicant in her arms.
When on a level with the ergastulum, under a palm tree, a voice was raised, a mournful and supplicant voice.
SALAMMBOGUSTAVE FLAUBERT
Taking a firm hold on her will, she raised her eyes full upon his supplicant figure suing before her.
THE RED DEBTEVERETT MACDONALD
Supplicant, sup′li-kant, adj. supplicating: asking submissively.
He then took up the little supplicant crawfish and her infant sister and cast them into the stream.
But, if you don't adopt this little dumb supplicant, I fear you will tempt me to break the tenth commandment.

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