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zabdiel

zabdiel in the Bible

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).

Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
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  • I strangled an oath in my throat; I vowed that Uncle zabdiel should pay dearly for his treachery.

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  • My Uncle zabdiel twisted the chair round with a nervous movement, and sank into it.

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  • Lying prone upon the staircase, with his head and shoulders hanging down over the top stairs, lay Uncle zabdiel.

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  • 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.

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  • To my delight I found Uncle zabdiel rubbing his hands, and evidently pleased to have her there.

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  • Half-a-dozen surmises seemed to rush through my mind at that first sight of Uncle zabdiel lying dead.

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  • But my Uncle zabdiel happened to light upon a something that made him suspicious, and from that he went to something else.

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  • Uncle zabdiel won't give you up, nor will he admit the man into the house if he can avoid it.

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  • 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.

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