Elihu asked me to dance, and I danced,—I, who had never taken a step before in my life.
Elihu indulgently unrolled his paper and spread it on the desk.
Elihu was right in the main position, but he wanted authority.
Nothing has ever done so much for peace as this visit of Elihu Root among us.
Elihu's conceit was as to his scientific knowledge on the subject of cows and horses and their diseases.
With this assurance of good feeling, old Elihu Wall was content.
Elihu will prove that so far from being clear of blame he has been imbibing wrong opinions and joining the company of the wicked.
Elihu Palmer: "Probably the most useful man that ever lived."
Elihu Palmer had gone off to Philadelphia for a time; he died there of yellow fever in 1806.
Elihu has been disappointed with the speeches of Job's friends.
masc. proper name, Hebrew, literally "he is my God."