servitor

[ UK /sˈɜːvɪtɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who performs the duties of an attendant for someone else
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How To Use servitor In A Sentence

  • I knew the rightness of the books, the relation of high thinking to high-conduct, the transmutation of midnight thought into action in the high place on the poop of a coal-carrier in the year nineteen-thirteen, my woman beside me, my ancestors behind me, my slant-eyed servitors under me, the beasts beneath me and beneath the heel of me. CHAPTER XLIX
  • Dag Daughtry had lowered his leprous servitor into the waiting launch. CHAPTER X
  • I have perseveringly frisked in the high places of iniquity, I have junketed with all evil gods, and the utmost they could pretend to offer any of their servitors was a spasm. Gallantry Dizain des Fetes Galantes
  • Crazed wizards worshiping ancient things that existed millennia ago; hideous secrets scrawled in forbidden tomes of flesh; contacting evil servitors who will do the sorcerer's bidding ... An Interview with Venger Satanis : The Lovecraft News Network
  • A servitor, his apron stained with particles of food and slops of wine, hurried up, his greasy, uncombed hair masking his face. A SHRINE OF MURDERS
  • Having given our names at the gate, we repaired to the dogana, or custom-house, where our trunks and carriage were searched; and here we were surrounded by a number of servitori de piazza, offering their services with the most disagreeable importunity. Travels through France and Italy
  • Clichy," the honest and loyal servitor of the stage made up his mind to watch over Pons 'friend. Cousin Pons
  • They would never dream that the dirty, grease-stained servitor in a taproom was really a notable alderman. A SHRINE OF MURDERS
  • They saw themselves as the first servitors of the king, expected to manage local affairs in his name and share his prestige.
  • They would never dream that the dirty, grease-stained servitor in a taproom was really a notable alderman. A SHRINE OF MURDERS
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