Beauty The constant attention of the world requires the ministrations of her beauty elves: Deborah Mitchell Bee Venom facials.
There is a sub-theme in The Accursed of medical history and its bizarre fads and ministrations.
Would her ministrations to the military be taken differently if she was older, grayer and a little less shapely?
The telestial is governed through the ministrations of the terrestrial, by "angels who are appointed to minister for them."
His ministrations were attended with decency, but not followed with enthusiasm.
Soothed by these ministrations, Faust awakes full of new strength and ambition.
The minister was greatly beloved, and all attended his ministrations.
More devoted even than before, did she now become in her ministrations to the sick and suffering people of Shreveport.
Here it felt indeed like home, and in these I recognised the ministrations of a Mother.
He was putting a blanket over the rough wood to make it more comfortable, and she submitted dumbly to his ministrations.
mid-14c., "the action of ministering or serving," from Old French ministration or directly from Latin ministrationem (nominative ministratio), noun of action from past participle stem of ministrare "to serve" (see minister (v.)).