It was now that Jube proved how invaluable he was as a coadjutor.
Nor could I pretend to support it without help, when my coadjutor was no more.
In order to be more at liberty to devote his time to travel, Benedict took a coadjutor in the government of Wearmouth.
Power, indeed, had no coadjutor on whom he could at all rely.
What Mr. Sharp has done to merit the title of coadjutor in this high sense, I shall now explain.
There is no hope of any security but in making the coadjutor a cardinal.
In the attempt she could have found no coadjutor more ready than Edward Maudelain.
William Delamotte was acting as Ingham's coadjutor in Yorkshire.
"It is the coadjutor's carriage," said D'Artagnan to himself.
Not that necessarily he was a coadjutor to Jonson in this play.