A catalogue of people whose souls are to be be prayed for.(noun)
A catalogue of names; a pedigree, a long respected series.(noun)
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Use "beadroll" in a sentence
"“Charles Chattey” stood foremost on this black beadroll, and when this name was shouted by the stentorian lungs of one of the scourgers, a little duck-legged Londoner stood forth."
""On fame's eternall beadroll worthie to be fyled.""
"More and more reluctantly Mr O'Connell will tell off the few lingering counters on his beadroll: but at length comes the last; after which he is left absolutely without resources for keeping the agitation alive, or producing any effect whatever."