minion (n.) 1
darling, favourite, select one
1H4 I.i.82 [King Henry to Westmorland, of Hotspur] Who is sweet Fortune's minion and her pride
1H4 I.ii.26 [Falstaff to Prince Hal] Let us be ... minions of the moon
2H6 I.iii.82 [Queen to Suffolk, of the Duchess of Gloucester] She vaunted 'mongst her minions t'other day [or: hussies]
3H6 II.ii.84 [Queen to Edward] Go, rate thy minions, proud insulting boy!
CE II.i.87 [Adriana to Luciana, of her husband] His company must do his minions grace
Cym II.iii.40 [Cymbeline to Cloten, of Innogen] The exile of her minion is too new
KJ II.i.392 [Bastard to King John and King Philip, of their conflict] fortune shall cull forth / Out of one side her happy minion
Mac I.ii.19 [Captain to King, of Macbeth] Like valour's minion carved out his passage
Mac II.iv.15 [Ross to Old Man, of Duncan's horses] Beauteous and swift, the minions of their race
Sonn 126.9 [of Nature] Yet fear her O thou minion of her pleasure!
Tem IV.i.98 [Iris to Ceres] Mars's hot minion is returned again
Tim IV.iii.81 [Timandra to and of Timon] Is this th'Athenian minion whom the world / Voiced so regardfully?
TN V.i.123 [Orsino to Olivia, of Viola as Cesario] this your minion, whom I know you love