Thesaurus / troubadour
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On these expeditions Abdullah generally accompanied us, and rendered valuable service as interpreter and troubadour.

RussiaDonald Mackenzie Wallace

She was closely guarded, and evidently ran no risk of smirching her good name by associating with a troubadour student.

He acted as if a troubadour had still a definite social office, like a bishop.

As the first stars came out the troubadour rode back to his haven.

So must a troubadour of old have felt when set adrift in an alien and hostile land.

Local ColorIrvin S. Cobb

A troubadour and a singing girl amuse them with songs, amorini flutter around them and wave their torches.

In this company was Robert Taillefer, who was a wandering knight and a troubadour.

Christ LegendsSelma Lagerlf

A meadow lark, troubadour of spring, trilled joyously somewhere in the pines above.

A Texas RangerWilliam MacLeod Raine

From this it would appear that our Jewish troubadour, who wooed the muse so successfully, was not a favorite of fortune.

Manrico a very robust type of Troubadour—but oughtn't a Troubadour to carry about a guitar, or a lute, or something?

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