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  • land slumbers in utter neglect. -- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 1911: Ameen Rihani, The Book of Khalid, p.37 He helps us to understand the insignificant
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  • individual of the ancient Spartan class of serfs. A serf; a slave. 1911: Ameen Rihani, The Book of Khalid, p.16 A man who conceives and writes a great book
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  • forsaken) To abandon, to give up, to leave (permanently), to renounce. 1911: Ameen Rihani, The Book of Khalid, p.39 There may be nothing noble in renouncing one's
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  • ghoulish, superlative most ghoulish) Of or pertaining to ghouls. 1911: Ameen Rihani, The Book of Khalid, p.32 Ay, even the droll humour and solidity of Khalid
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  • /pɒliːɡlɒt/ polyglot Versed in, or speaking, many languages. 1911: Ameen Rihani, The Book of Khalid, p.41 For this flyaway son of a Phoenician did not
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  • about bookplates should not follow established literary usage. 1928, Ameen Fares Rihani, Ibn Sa’oud of Arabia: His People and His Land, Houghton Mifflin,
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