In the night one hears the choir-boy ring the bell before the Host.
And the choir-boy, a facetious man with a big sign of the cross, said grace.
He had been a choir-boy with a beautiful voice, and had taken solos in Southwell cathedral.
She looks like a cherub, or a choir-boy on a Christmas card.
Her voice was not like a choir-boy's; her manner was not like the manner of an image; her eyes were not for ever cast down.
First, to be a choir-boy; and, secondly, to dwell in Daddy Darwin's Dovecot.
The female savage had a rehearsal at the theatre; Pellerin had to see a model; and the choir-boy had three appointments.
One of them who was most remarkable for his eccentricities was a choir-boy in the church of Lourdes.
The mind bent, warped and twisted, had contracted the ways of a choir-boy.
The clerk carried the cross, the choir-boy the holy-water, and Master Tiphaine carried the sprinkler.
Altar boy: This brilliant, coldly efficient crime boss makes John Gotti look like a choirboy (1970s+)