We have no meanings for "zealous man" in our records yet.
Mr. Wickerby understood the work and was a most zealous man.
He complains that the zealous man had been attacked with roiling, but not with arguments.
Thereupon the glad and zealous man set forth the three trees of victory before Elene in open view.
He was a very zealous man, as one may see by the relation which you have given of him.
He seemed a harmless, though zealous man, ardent in his religious belief and was, I should think, a fair specimen of his fraternity.
Mr. Conkey is yet remembered by some of the older citizens as a very earnest and zealous man, besides being a person of liberal culture.
Why, it had been the dream of every zealous man since the First Year of Salvation that such an Order should be founded!...
They were loyal and zealous men; but their headpieces were deficient inside.
The rector was the worst of all innocent mischief-makers-anover-zealousman.
I would I could teach you zealous men a little of the wisdom of the serpent.
For the last fifty years these zealous men had been quietly extending their influence in the country.
Zealous men push ahead and take things up, and there are things that austere men will not do.
It would have disgusted all zealous men of all opinions; and there were then few men who were not zealous.
"How zealous men can be for a pair of fine eyes!"
But I am bound to point out the probability that the Gospels have been tampered with by unscrupulous or over- zealous men.
"How zealous men can be for a pair of fine eyes!" interrupted his mother.
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