Definition of Handmaidens

1. Noun. (plural of handmaiden) ¹



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Definition of Handmaidens

1. handmaiden [n] - See also: handmaiden

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Handmaidens

handling (psychology)
handling charge
handling cost
handlings
handlist
handlists
handlock
handloom
handlooms
handly
handmade
handmaid
handmaiden
handmaidenhood
handmaidenly
handmaidens (current term)
handmaids
handmake
handmakes
handmaking
handmark
handmarks
handoff
handoffs
handout
handouts
handover
handovers
handpainted

Literary usage of Handmaidens

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1. Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne by Paul Hamilton Hayne (1882)
"KRISHNA AND Я/Я THREE handmaidens. AN» where he sat beneath the mystic stars, Nigh the twin founts of Immortality, That feed fair channels of the Stream To ..."

2. The Homes of the New World: Impressions of America by Fredrika Bremer (1853)
"As the brides and handmaidens of Christ, they attain to a higher life, a more expansive consciousness, a greater power. Whether similar religious societies ..."

3. The Atonement Between God and Manby Charles Taze Russell by Charles Taze Russell (2000)
"... "the servants and handmaidens," in these days, and "all flesh," afterward. E220 As we have seen, there will be no difference between the Spirit of God, ..."

4. Memoir of the Late Rev. William Edward Miller, Wesleyan Minister by James Dixon (1842)
"... and your old men shall dream dreams: And on my servants and on my handmaidens I will pour out in those days of my Spirit, and they shall prophesy. ..."

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