There you have it precisely, in a falcon I got out of Mr. Coxes favourite fourteenth century missal.
On the chest of relics, which were thus concealed, was laid a missal.
A youth of eighteen, holding up a missal from which he is singing, has it torn out of his hands and destroyed.
It was he also who gave M. d'Hergemont the page from the missal.
For the last time the server removed the missal, and brought it back to the right-hand side.
But his lips quivered as he took again his missal and his purple bag.
Van Helsing opened his missal and began to read, and Quincey and I followed as well as we could.
The pity of it all was that the missal was to be in the keeping of a woman.
Hermann thinks well of it: sets his St. Mary's riders at Triglaph, with the sword in one hand and a missal in the other.
Do you think, maman, that Père Jerome knows it was I who gave that missal?
c.1300, from Old French messel "book of the Mass" (12c.) an ddirectly from Medieval Latin missale, neuter of adjective missalis "pertaining to the Mass," from Late Latin missa "Mass" (see mass (2)).