Nevertheless, when Zebedee arrived on the moor, her brightness faded.
But I rather prefer, myself, the Boanerges, the two sons of Zebedee.
If you had not come for me, I would have been in Richmond by this time and poor old Zebedee disgraced for life.
It'll do him good, and I want Zebedee to have a chance of lecturing you.
John and Rupert and Zebedee and Daniel, all these—no one has spoken roughly to us.
When that was done, she would have gone into the house, but Zebedee kept her back.
Her mental confusion cleared itself and, concentrating her powers on him, she tried not to think of Zebedee.
Perhaps they came from that chapel where Zebedee had spent his unhappy hours.
I hugged the road and kept it, while Zebedee hurled defiance at our pursuers.
He dropped in on Zebedee Mayo, owner of the big house on the slope of the hill.
a Galilean fisherman, the husband of Salome (q.v.), and the father of James and John, two of our Lord's disciples (Matt. 4:21; 27:56; Mark 15:40). He seems to have been a man of some position in Capernaum, for he had two boats (Luke 5:4) and "hired servants" (Mark 1:20) of his own. No mention is made of him after the call of his two sons by Jesus.