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Zadok

[zey-dok] /ˈzeɪ dɒk/
noun
1.
a priest at the time of David and Solomon. I Sam. 15:34–37; I Kings 1:7, 8.
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  • And have you not there with you Zadok and Abiathar the priests?

    The Children's Bible Henry A. Sherman
  • After these came Zadok the high priest, with twenty-two captains of his kindred.

    The Antiquities of the Jews Flavius Josephus
  • Zadok, said the Wise Man, transport me to the treasure-house of the king of Egypt.

    Twilight Land Howard Pyle
  • Only do not call upon Zadok, the King of the Demons, in this thy trouble.

    Twilight Land Howard Pyle
  • What a fool I am, said he, not to have thought to call upon Zadok before this!

    Twilight Land Howard Pyle
  • I have come, said Zadok, and first let me cure thy smarts, O master.

    Twilight Land Howard Pyle
  • I bring the treasure, said Zadok, from the treasure-house of the ancient kings of Egypt.

    Twilight Land Howard Pyle
  • We are now, said Zadok, above the treasure-house of which I spoke.

    Twilight Land Howard Pyle
  • Zadok led the way down the steps and the young man followed.

    Twilight Land Howard Pyle
  • Then Zadok struck his heel upon the ground, and the earth closed as it had opened.

    Twilight Land Howard Pyle

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