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Sadoc

[sey-dok] /ˈseɪ dɒk/
noun, Douay Bible.
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  • "Our God will surely free us," said Sadoc, in a low mournful tone.

    Sarchedon

    G. J. (George John) Whyte-Melville
  • His grandmother, Mrs. Sadoc Smith, declares she will disinherit her grandson.

    Ruth Fielding Down in Dixie Alice B. Emerson
  • Unfortunately Sadoc's great age prevented him from consummating the marriage.

    Penguin Island Anatole France
  • When a little boy Henry had come to live with Mrs. Sadoc Smith.

  • Nor had she been near Mrs. Sadoc Smith's since early morning.

  • There was a spark of romance in old Mrs. Sadoc Smith, after all.

  • Sadoc pointed to an Egyptian child sleeping a few paces off with a wild-flower grasped in its little hand.

    Sarchedon

    G. J. (George John) Whyte-Melville
  • Lighting down from his beast, Sadoc bade his guest welcome, somewhat mournfully, to so squalid a home.

    Sarchedon

    G. J. (George John) Whyte-Melville
  • One evening about this time, at the entrance of the town where Sadoc resided, a poor sailor was seen coming wearily along.

    The Yule Log. Anonymous
  • "And a fair though an unkind one," said the counterfeit Sadoc, suddenly changing his tone to an affectation of tenderness.

    The Surgeon's Daughter Sir Walter Scott

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