Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of afreet.

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Examples

  • Due to the whispers of these afreets, all of us, each in our own small way, went a little mad.

    Wajahat Ali: 'The Domestic Crusaders': Making History With Muslim American Theater

  • "It is accursed-a place of evil, haunted by afreets and devils."

    The Mummy Case

  • Barely visible against the darkness, they moved with the speed and ferocity of the afreets they resembled.

    The Mummy Case

  • "The two afreets study the unconscious mortals," the Narrator said.

    Blue Adept

  • Stile had to Blue Adept 319 get up and cross the stage and lie down beside Red on her feather bed; the afreets had carried him there, the sleeping prince.

    Blue Adept

  • Maybe the afreets were playing this out in this same spot at this moment.

    Blue Adept

  • Satisfied, the afreets carry the Prince back to his own chamber and depart.

    Blue Adept

  • And they have an audience, there are djinns and afreets and all sorts of spooks sitting on the boulders to watch the fight, and in the sky are the three winged creatures, looking like herons or swans or just women depending on the tricks of the light ...

    The Satanic Verses

  • There was no place for djinns or ghouls or afreets here; no spooks or fancies could be permitted.

    The Satanic Verses

  • He grew up believing in God, angels, demons, afreets, djinns, as matter-of-factly as if they were bullock-carts or lamp-posts, and it struck him as a failure in his own sight that he had never seen a ghost.

    The Satanic Verses

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