On the contrary, he thought that Garrison was a time-server and a laggard who needed to be spurred and driven.
He was a time-server, a self-constituted agent, and a dangerous enemy when enraged.
We know that he was a scheming politician, a courtier, a time-server of church and king, and a corrupt judge.
If I am to be a victim, the sacrificing priest shall at least be a man, and not a coward and a time-server.
Every Scotchman was painted by him as a hungry beggar, time-server, and traitor.
He was never a time-server in word or in action, and he maintained to the end the political standpoint with which he had begun.
From Maurice Gorman, coward and time-server, there was nothing to be hoped.
If he was unable to answer them, let him give up his orthodoxy, or be proved a fraud and a time-server.
They are those neither of a time-server, a faint heart, or a fool.
This view may not appeal to us to-day; it did not appeal to Gnostic, time-server and coward.