Part of speech: noun


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Usage examples "moslem":

  1. Religious heroism, having for object something far above even the purest patriotic fervor, can inspire deeds more truly worthy of human admiration than this, the highest natural feeling of the human heart; and, for a Christian, the most inspiring pages of history are those which tell of the superhuman exertions of devoted knights to wrest the sepulchre of our Lord from the polluted hands of the Moslem. - "Irish Race in the Past and the Present", Aug. J. Thebaud.
  2. I also am an Arab and a Moslem, and I swear by my Koran and my religion, that we will give you forty dollars, and spend two days in Ghail Babwazir, during which you will have your eleven dollars a day; and we will engage you on to Sheher, and give you good bakshish, and a good character to the sultan and two nice turbans. - "Southern Arabia", Theodore Bent Mabel Bent.
  3. Even at that early day Moslem girls came to be taught by Mrs. Smith. - "The Women of the Arabs", Henry Harris Jessup.