The handmaid only finds liberation when she steals out of her room to bed the chauffeur.
Lia ceasing to bear, giveth also her handmaid, and she beareth two more.
Mrs. Rooke was ready to accept a crumb of possible comfort from her handmaid.
They are supposed to have something of wisdom and something of that candor which is the handmaid of wisdom.
But you found me giving a lesson in Armenian to this handmaid?
Madame C. and her handmaid, dear old Marie, cackled and bustled like a pair of important hens.
It is a handmaid of literature; it belongs to the household of literature.
The indisposition of the handmaid could not, and did not escape the notice of her royal mistress.
Blind faith, or belief, is ever the handmaid of superstition.
Thereupon she arose, and descending the stairs stood in the open doorway of the hall, with a handmaid on either side.
servant (Gen. 16:1; Ruth 3:9; Luke 1:48). It is probable that Hagar was Sarah's personal attendant while she was in the house of Pharaoh, and was among those maid-servants whom Abram had brought from Egypt.