Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of casbah.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Obviously the kaid who built such a kasbah was a great man: his garden, a beautiful overgrown wilderness, gone like his castle to rack and ruin, lay below at

    In the Tail of the Peacock

  • I'll conclude you haven't changed; you stuck to your guns, and still rocked the kasbah, just solo this time

    Old Friends in the Aether

  • It was like walking through a dark, otherworldly kasbah in the heart of Cairo.

    The Darkest Edge of Dawn

  • That's fantastic news and further proof that you and Twelfth Planet Press rock the kasbah.

    Locus Recommended Reading List

  • I wanted to go back and tell Bob about the kasbah I ran past in town.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: True Love

  • The new collection for autumn/winter 2007-08 captures the spirit of the kasbah style and features beautiful knitwear with pointelle pattern in a soft mohair fabric, as well as styles influenced by a Kasbah signature: the harlequin argyle pattern.

    Kitten Fashion Week Takes the Stage at the Standard Hotel Downtown

  • Erik, yes, I noticed that the shadows of the kasbah architecture were often more influenced by warm bounce light than from the blue sky.

    Mr. Moha of Aït Benhaddou

  • The second floor is geared towards wandering and browsing in a kasbah-style environment.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Dead Mall Swarming

  • Ghafsa has no wall of enceinte, or rather a ruined wall surrounds it, and is defended by a kasbah, containing a small garrison.

    Travels in Morocco

  • Now I have one more impression to cherish, and the scent of a blossoming orange tree will recall for me El Araish as I saw it at the moment when the shroud of evening made the mosques and the kasbah of Mulai al Yazeed melt, with the great white spaces between them, into a blurred pearly mass without salient feature.

    Morocco

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  • Come with me to the kasbah...

    February 13, 2007