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- n. one who helps carry a stretcher.
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- n. one who helps carry a stretcher
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A personal physician, Celadus, tended to her medical well-being, and Eros, a lecticarius a litter-bearer, chauffeured her about the city.
[Castro interrupted by a litter-bearer] A stretcher over there, speaking of medical treatment and [crowd laughs], there was need for a stretcher.
As he finished and was promising to thrust his knife into my legs if I displayed any weariness, Cousin's sister came up and sharply directed him to remove the packs as I was to serve as a litter-bearer.
I do not speak of ordinary domestics, the cook, the baker, the litter-bearer.
"What will they say to each other," laughed gardener; "your chief litter-bearer declared that yesterday on the way to the City of the Dead they did not speak a word to each other."