We have no meanings for "zealous officer" in our records yet.
He is a handsome and agreeable man, besides being a zealous officer.
A very zealous officer, Miss Ellison, a very zealous young officer, indeed.
Up rose refreshed with sleep that zealous officer, Hawes.
Gallegher's knowledge of the local celebrities of the district confused the zealous officer of the peace.
Nothing, indeed, appeared to have escaped the anxious solicitude of that zealous officer to relieve our wants.
But why, and whence, and whither?-thesewere questions for which a zealous officer must find an answer.
And as Frank went up the lane, he heard that zealous officer addressing the court with considerable vigor.
Captain Fitz-Roy is a public-spirited and zealous officer, of delightful manners, and greatly beloved by all his brother officers.
I put it to you as a zealous officer, what possible objection can there be to granting my request?
He was a kind-hearted and zealous officer, knowing and wishing to know nothing beyond the regiment and the Imperial family.
But apart from the law-breakers consider the effect of such a miscarriage of justice upon a young, honest and zealous officer.
Some time later Roosevelt showed how a zealous officer of the law-hewas the acting deputy sheriff -ought to behave.
I am well pleased with Trenck; he is a brave and zealous officer, and I think he does not neglect his duties.
A zealous officer, sergeant, can make no greater mistake than to take for the king a gentleman who is not the king.
Darby looked complacent and important, as an examination into the late tragedy had added greatly to his reputation as a zealous officer.
One minute after he had passed through the gateway he would have defied unaided apprehension by the most zealous officer of the peace.
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