Definition of 'acolyte'
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Before he could get up again the acolyte struck him a second and third time. EVERVILLE (2001)Then, without a word, Hitler took off his raincoat and an acolyte jumped forward to take it. DARE CALL IT TREASON (2001)"Five months," Pat replied, still beaming like a blessed acolyte. SACRAMENT (2001)
The acolyte dodged right and left as though unable to decide which sacred charge to chase after first, and flung up her hands. THE CURSE OF CHALION (2001)
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