Rayna and her ex, deacon, perform one of their old love duets at the Bluebird.
“His sermons were pretty much from his heart,” the deacon told us.
deacon Marti Gulikers spoke of a bond that would continue beyond death.
deacon Jones, 74 David D. Jones was an exemplary defensive end in the NFL.
Paul employed his wife, a deacon in their Bowling Green presbyterian church, for damage control.
"Oh, I'm all right, deacon," said Gourlay with a silly laugh.
That last remark of the deacon's had disgusted reference only to the matter of the money.
But the Irishman is a deacon of his craft, and settles the point like an adept.
(p. 303) Sylvane went, accompanied by the "deacon" and another cowboy.
You are as obstinate as deacon Stumps' forelock, that wouldn't lie down and couldn't stand up.
Old English deacon, diacon, from Late Latin diaconus, from Greek diakonos "servant of the church, religious official," literally "servant," from dia- "thoroughly" + PIE *kon-o-, from root *ken- "to set oneself in motion."