gift of God. (1.) The father of Jashobeam, who was one of David's officers (1 Chr. 27:2). (2.) An overseer of the priests after the Captivity (Neh. 11:14).
I strangled an oath in my throat; I vowed that Uncle zabdiel should pay dearly for his treachery.
My Uncle zabdiel twisted the chair round with a nervous movement, and sank into it.
Lying prone upon the staircase, with his head and shoulders hanging down over the top stairs, lay Uncle zabdiel.
In 1712 "green and ordinary teas" were advertised in the apothecary's list of zabdiel Boylston.
My earliest recollections had been of my uncle—zabdiel Blowfield.
To my delight I found Uncle zabdiel rubbing his hands, and evidently pleased to have her there.
Half-a-dozen surmises seemed to rush through my mind at that first sight of Uncle zabdiel lying dead.
But my Uncle zabdiel happened to light upon a something that made him suspicious, and from that he went to something else.
Uncle zabdiel won't give you up, nor will he admit the man into the house if he can avoid it.
I had removed the dishes from the bed, meaning to take them downstairs so soon as I could be sure that Uncle zabdiel was asleep.