How To Use City-born In A Sentence

  • There is a gift -- a trick of riding camels, very seldom learned by the city-born; and he, or she, who knows the way of it enjoys the ungrudged esteem of desert men all the way from China to Damascus, from Peshawar to Morocco. Guns of the Gods
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