[ US /æˈɫædɪn/ ]
  1. in the Arabian Nights a boy who acquires a magic lamp from which he can summon a genie
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How To Use Aladdin In A Sentence

  • Yes, you did read that correctly, the 6ft 4in beefcake is playing Aladdin.
  • The Aladdin was always busy, and employed three full-time barmen.
  • Soon it seemed that everyone in the kingdom was imitating Sultan Aladdin. THE THIRD CLASS GENIE
  • Hart plays the genie in this raucous take on the British pantomime, a story based on the myth of Aladdin and his magic lamp.
  • He makes his berth an Aladdin's lamp, and lays him down in it; so that in the pitchiest night the ship's black hull still houses an illumination. Moby Dick: or, the White Whale
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  • It was like Aladdin's cave with the Seven Dwarves diamond mine thrown in.
  • `Aladdin's Cave," he murmured reverentially, blessing Barney's forethought. STAGE FRIGHT
  • A sweet shop then was a veritable Aladdin's Cave for children, for most sweets were sold loose.
  • Leicester's famous welcoming of Elizabeth to Kenilworth was perhaps the last spectacular "revel" of its kind to strike the imagination; though we must not fail to remember with gratitude the magnificent Beckford, with his glorious "rich man's folly" of Fonthill Abbey, a lordly pleasure house which naturally sprang from the same Aladdin-like fancy which produced "Vathek. Vanishing Roads and Other Essays
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