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  • ‘The Sahib is a little hot and angry after riding,’ the horse-dealer returned, with the leer of a privileged jester.

    Kim

  • "Because the Sahib is a very brave sahib," replied the man.

    The Jungle Girl

  • Well, I don't think, Sahib, that is quite in my line.

    The Story of the Guides

  • "Pardon, sahib, and yours, sahiba, if I have alarmed you, but I am come on an errand of haste, seeking him who is known as the Sahib David Amber."

    The Bronze Bell

  • Ritchie Sahib had left half a dozen bottles of the latter, but since the Sahib was a friend of Ritchie Sahib, and he, the mess-man, was a poor man --

    Indian Tales

  • 'The Sahib is a little hot and angry after riding,' the horse-dealer returned, with the leer of a privileged jester.

    Kim

  • 'Perhaps in three days, or four, or ten, if I perceive that the Sahib is a Seeker and of good understanding, I may myself draw him another.

    Kim

  • Ritchie Sahib had left half a dozen bottles of the latter, but since the Sahib was a friend of Ritchie Sahib, and he, the mess-man, was a poor man --

    Soldiers Three

  • "But it is the message, Sahib, that is more than the life of a _sepoy_, is it not?"

    Caste

  • He used me with wondrous civility, calling me Sahib, which is an oriental term of respect, and bowing before me to the very ground.

    Athelstane Ford

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