Word usage examples
He was Kaid, he was Basha, he was master of all men within a circuit of thirty miles, but he was afraid of this man whom the people called a prophet.
And when he had passed out of the province of Tetuan into the bashalic of El Kasar, the bareheaded country-people of the valley of the Koos hastened before him to the Kaid of that grey town of bricks and storks and palm-trees and evil odours, and the Kaid, with another notion of his errand, came to the tumble-down bridge to meet him on his approach in the early morning.
Kay had recently installed bifold doors so that she could close off the bedroom from the living area, but now Cindy saw that they were open.
The biologist held his hand out towards the switch but Kay Bear held it back.
He recognised his dear Guenever, and her dear friend Sir Launcelot, and Sir Cawline and his lady, and Sir Gawaine and Sir Kay and many other valiant and courteous knights and ladies bright of blee, and last not least in love his butler Bedevere.
Arthur grinned and began in the well-remembered singsong voice: Barbara Celarent Darii Ferioque Prioris, while Kay sang the next four lines with him antiphonically.
Abends, als der kleine Kay zu Hause und halb ausgezogen war, kletterte er auf den Stuhl am Fenster und guckte zu dem kleinen Loch hinaus.
The Dawnstar is anchored off the Feyn River a good hundred kays south, where Lydya and a group of guards are gathering wild herbs and other edibles that the schooner can transport more easily than horses could haul across the rugged terrain.
It was a dinner party I attended-along with such diverse and interesting Republican movers and shakers as George Will, Paul Gigot, Kay Bailey Hutchinson, Trent Lott, Dick Cheney, Bill Kristol, Christine Whitman, and others-at the Huffington Mansion in Washington.
He had matched Tassa Kay shot for shot, trading tips, technical facts and history in between rounds of Glengarry amber.