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abbotPart of speech: Noun Usage examples "abbot":
- " Here is what the Abbot wrote after talking with you," said he. - "The Saint", Antonio Fogazzaro Commentator: William Roscoe Thayer.
- In hours of peril and perplexity and need, if such should befall you, you shall bid him pray earnestly, and after he has prayed, heed what he shall say, even as you would heed the words of your Abbot. - "A Child's Book of Saints", William Canton.
- And, in the words of William of Tocco, " when It was brought with devout reverence by the Abbot and the monks, he prostrated himself on the ground, weak indeed in body but mighty in spirit, and so came to meet his Lord with tears." - "On Prayer and The Contemplative Life", St. Thomas Aquinas.