Abigails [noun]

Definition of Abigails:

attendant to woman of royal household

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Sentence/Example of Abigails:

Abigail has been cleaning offices and hotels downtown for roughly 20 years.

"Mr. Capt don't demean himself to chambermaids, Miss Lucy," retorted the abigail with angry scorn.

And David sent and communed with Abigail, to take her to him to wife.

Abigail properly resolved to defer any conversation with Nabal till the morning, when she disclosed the whole affair.

How could Abigail be more happy in a husband, than in the prophet, the champion, the anointed of God?

There was a lofty heroism in Abigail, when she prevented David from shedding innocent blood.

Aunt Abigail stood resignedly, while a group of girls made a rush, like hounds attacking a stag.

Then Aunt Abigail was appealed to, for just one more, and complied without any pretence of reluctance.

Aunt Abigail hummed the air in a cracked soprano, with traces of bygone sweetness.

And then with surprising unanimity, each 98 picnicker from Aunt Abigail down, declared herself on the verge of starvation.