- From Middle French sérail, from Italian seraglio. (Wiktionary)
“I think you ` re good but i don ` t see Kev the serail published in the Sunday Times”
“What dues did Hillary pay, aside from standing by a serail lothario?”
“When we go and see him, that Irish Jew courier, whom I have before had the honor to describe, looks up from the novel which he is reading in the ante-room, and says, “Mon maitre est au divan,” or, “Monsieur trouvera Monsieur dans son serail,” and relapses into the Comte de Montecristo again.”
“When I first heard about this show I was afraid the host of David Fisher would interfere with the whole serail killer angle, but boy was I wrong!”
“In a small hut or stable of the serail of Orfa I found nine old men.”
“Assassin whose serail, palace, council chamber, it washes; Cairo -- but the Plague shuts out all other thoughts; Jerusalem -- but”
“The site of these mighty capitals is almost erased from the map of the modern traveller; but tribute and traffic have also ceased to sustain even the dilapidated serail of the once omnipotent”
“I have sometimes heard, that it is not bigger than the serail here, gardens and all? ”
“They say Alroy gives a grand banquet in the serail to-night, and toasts his harlot' mid the thunderbolts.”
“Through the broad arch that led into the gardens of the serail, the moonlight fell upon the tall figure and the upraised arm of the priest;”
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