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Origin of coadjutor
Examples from the Web for coadjutor
Instead of a determined foe of the pale-faces, he became their earnest friend and coadjutor in the work of pacification.
As it chanced, Philip Hadden was correct in his suspicions of his coadjutor, Maputa.Black Heart and White Heart|H. Rider Haggard
Providence, however, soon sent me a coadjutor, in rather a singular manner.The Bible in Spain|George Borrow
I back the policy of the de facto Naval Commander-in-Chief—my own coadjutor.Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2|Ian Hamilton
From these causes little progress had been made in our work when I was deprived of my coadjutor.