Origin of beadle
OTHER WORDS FROM beadlesub·bea·dle, nounun·der·bea·dle, noun
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Other definitions for beadle (2 of 2)
How to use beadle in a sentence
The matron expressed her entire concurrence in this intelligible simile, and the beadle went on.
He fixed his eyes on Mrs. Corney as he said this; and if ever a beadle looked tender, Mr. Bumble was that beadle at that moment.
Mrs. Corney drooped her head when the beadle said this, and the beadle drooped his to get a view of Mrs. Corneys face.
Peppermint, explained Mrs. Corney, in a faint voice, smiling gently on the beadle as she spoke.
With these words, the beadle strode, with a lofty and gloomy air, from the undertakers premises.