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zenas

zenas in the Bible

a disciple called "the lawyer," whom Paul wished Titus to bring with him (Titus 3:13). Nothing more is known of him.

Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
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  • At the firm emphasis on the word daughter, zenas Henry's jaw relaxed.

    Flood Tide Sara Ware Bassett
  • He was then outside with your father and zenas burying the hound.85 Ah!

    The Red Tavern Charles Raymond Macauley
  • But with trainin', zenas Henry now does his plowin', plantin' an' harvestin' in somethin' approachin' alarm-clock fashion.

    Flood Tide Sara Ware Bassett
  • "I'll have naught of sup now, zenas," the young knight said.

    The Red Tavern Charles Raymond Macauley
  • The young knight easily gathered that between zenas and himself there remained yet an unsettled score.

    The Red Tavern Charles Raymond Macauley
  • Uncle zenas asked, after waiting in vain for some word from the keeper.

    The Light Keepers James Otis
  • zenas Third was a big, broad-shouldered youth of twenty with a round, freckled, smiling face and eager yellow-brown eyes.

    The Lilac Girl Ralph Henry Barbour
  • Sidney cried, now showing quite as much excitement as did Uncle zenas.

    The Light Keepers James Otis
  • zenas sniffed and hemmed in a manner that denoted he was not fully pacified.

    Dick Merriwell Abroad Burt L. Standish
  • "I reckon we'd better have it the same as usual, Uncle zenas," the keeper replied.

    The Light Keepers James Otis

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