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Andrewes

[ an-drooz ]

noun

  1. Lancelot, 1555–1626, English theologian: one of the translators of the Authorized Version of the Bible.


Andrewes

/ ˈændruːz /

noun

  1. AndrewesLancelot15551626MEnglishRELIGION: bishopRELIGION: theologian Lancelot. 1555–1626, English bishop and theologian


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I have discovered no helps to my own devotional life for a moment to set beside Behmen and Andrewes.

I much admired some daffodils, and Mr. Andrewes at once began to pick a bunch of them for me.

"Oh, you must come," said Mr. Andrewes, leading me away without waiting for an answer.

Mr. Andrewes said grace, though not in the words to which I was accustomed, and we sat down together, Rubens lying by my chair.

Mr. Andrewes saw this, however, and wanted to fasten a table-napkin round me, to which I objected.

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AndrewAndrew of Crete