Bernier told this ensample that teacheth so goodly matter, and of it he made what he might.
It is translated in other places in the New Testament, ‘Mark’ them which walk so as ye have us for an ensample, and the like.
The English infantryman stands for all ages as the ensample of heroic patience, which words or cartoon fail utterly to convey.
ensample is the same as example, but is practically obsolete outside of Scriptural or theological language.
I saw at once that did I make an ensample of this scurrilous scandalmonger I should thereby render her the talk of that vile town.
And here we have an ensample of a flatterer, or dissembler: for this Harpagus spake against his own heart and conscience.
But there could be no "type," no "ensample," no "admonition," in "these things" for one whose old nature is made new.
“He shall die,” saith God: which thing is an ensample for us to take heed, that we transgress not the law of the sabbath-day.
Will it please the Queen's grace to command an ensample of mine art?
Veriliest, I wis not what he had done so much worser than other men, that so awesome an ensample should be made of him.