If I were of your faith—if I were not a servitor, without a father, without a brother, you would not dare!
All genius now is, at its best, but a servitor—well or ill fed.
Thither many a man accompanied him as servitor; men saw the Nibelungs walk at Siegfried's side.
As was usual when he or any other servitor was in attendance on Waring, the reward had been munificent.
“The glass is always going down in Cornwall, and we are always in for another rough night,” responded the servitor curtly.
There could be no higher honor than to be the servitor of this man's lady.
He frequently told visitors that Shakespeare was first received in the playhouse as "a servitor."
The word for "his servitor" (m'chartho) is used also of Joshua.
The young Rajah turned and looked his servitor over—at least that was what the head gardener felt happened.
He threw his rein to a servitor, and hastened to his chamber.
occurs only in 2 Kings 4:43, Authorized Version (R.V., "servant"). The Hebrew word there rendered "servitor" is elsewhere rendered "minister," "servant" (Ex. 24:13; 33:11). Probably Gehazi, the personal attendant on Elisha, is here meant.