How To Use Hareem In A Sentence

  • Personally, I prefer it even to a Tashkent melon - and you know the proverb runs that the Caliph of the Faithful would give ten pearl-breasted beauties from his hareem for a single melon of Tashkent. The Sky Writer
  • “The Shah of Persia,” a mellifluous voice announced, “contemplates an increment of his hareem.” At Swim, Two Boys
  • The very word harem, the section of the house where the women dwell in Arabic, hareem, is derived from haram, forbidden. Nomad
  • They say she keeps a hareem of muscular young bucks, primed with love-potions - Fiancée
  • Speaking of imperial, I had a taste of that when she took me, with the Prince and his hareem in tow, to a gala ball at Schonbrunn, where the Emperor and Empress condescended to mingle with Vienna's finest. Watershed
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  • The former alternative leads either to a romantic organisation of society in which men will live and fight and die for wonderful, beautiful, exaggerated creatures, or it leads to the hareem. A Modern Utopia
  • She, raised upon a stool, officially received upon her cheeks the salutes intended by the gracious Haroun for other Sultanas, and was privately rewarded from the coffers of the Ladies of the Hareem. The Haunted House by Charles Dickens | Solar Flare: Science Fiction News
  • What could be more exotic than Cha Cha from an honest-to-gosh hareem? Archive 2009-12-01

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