Examples from the Web for gospeller
But the danger of the Protector was too serious a question to every Gospeller not to be recurred to and prayed against.
“The priest that wed them is a Gospeller,” returned the Archbishop with a peculiar smile.The White Rose of Langley|Emily Sarah Holt
The gospeller fell down on his knees, and the acolyte that held the candles to read by dashed them down and fled away.Long Will|Florence Converse
There were no longer any sermons preached at the Cross that a Gospeller cared to hear.For the Master's Sake|Emily Sarah Holt
Scarcely would a Gospeller have filled that position on that day.
British Dictionary definitions for gospeller
Word Origin and History for gospeller
"evangelist," Old English godspellere; agent noun from gospel.