Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Bitter water; bitterness.

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Examples

  • They are called marah; and when the nights are cold the flocks are shut up in them, but in ordinary weather they are merely kept within the yard.

    The New Testament Commentary Vol. III: John

  • Apabila orang Melayu melihat ada pemimpin yang berani menyuarakan kekecewaan mereka, maka perasaan itu mungkin Berjaya dibendung sebelum sampai ke peringkat 'marah'.

    The "thirteen million plus Ringgit" guy rambles....

  • That kinda goes against your "it's all subjective" statement, doesn't it? marah, you weren't the only person who thought that.

    Reconsidering Project Runway

  • Hevrah be-marah (Society in Reflection), edited by H. Herzog.

    Politics in the Yishuv and Israel.

  • Kalau aku start marah-marah kat sini semua orang pulak yang cakap aku ni racist lah, apa lah.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • And no, I 'tak marah pun'. nads went at 00: 01 turn back | go forth diary now then id notes guestbook exit points

    naddywoman Diary Entry

  • Orang tak marah - mereka kata 'Ambillah wang yang aku simpan untuk "sara hari tua" aku.

    Vent

  • Maaf kalau bahasa aku kasar, orang marah jarang berlembut.

    Vent

  • Orang tak marah - mereka kata 'Ambillah wang yang aku simpan nak sambut seruan Allah.

    Vent

  • Behind them a Korean guard, slouching lethargically, shouted at a man who fell out of the line to the side of the road, but the man merely dropped his pants and quickly relieved himself and called out "Sakit marah" — dysentery — so the guard shrugged and took out a cigarette and lit it while he waited, and quickly the man was back in line once more.

    King Rat

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