Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of ifrit.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • One of the dark " ifrits " has taken possession of the engineer.

    Darkness

  • Well, being frogs was no kind of fun, so we went about and stole better bits—wings from dragonflies and faces from people and hearts from birds and horns from various goats and antelope-ish things and souls from ifrits and tails from cows and we evolved, over a million million minutes, just like you.

    Fairyland Chapter Six

  • From what I've seen, though, I'd trust them further than I'd trust any of the ifrits.

    Darkness

  • Now, that was a poor idea, because it would open Corus to another attack from the ifrits.

    Darkness

  • You are what will sustain the world, and all that we have done will be for naught if you cannot stop the ifrits.

    Darkness

  • If the ifrit in Prosp remains there and can construct another portal while his sibling repairs the one in Tempre, then they can transport other dark ifrits into your world where they will possess anyone they wish.

    Darkness

  • Unless you are in a place such as here or unless you act like the dark ifrits.

    Darkness

  • The soarer kept telling him that he had greater strength than did either the soarers or the ifrits.

    Darkness

  • But they must have many ifrits in their own bodies upon the next world before they can do such.

    Darkness

  • These ifrits can transport Talent-creatures, but those creatures cannot last long in your world.

    Darkness

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