Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of dahabeah.

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Examples

  • Flat-bottomed and fitted with two masts, dahabeahs could be sailed, rowed, poled, or towed.

    The Five of Hearts

  • Flat-bottomed and fitted with two masts, dahabeahs could be sailed, rowed, poled, or towed.

    The Five of Hearts

  • When everybody was rested and had had enough strawberry tarts, view and flirtation, we were to make for the Temple of Mût: and, having returned at last to the _Enchantress Isis_, were to steam away just as tourist boats and dahabeahs were lighting up along the shore.

    It Happened in Egypt

  • In any case, when we went to look for the suspicious craft seen near Kasr Ibrim, she was not among the two or three small private dahabeahs of artists and others, moored within a mile of the Great Temple.

    It Happened in Egypt

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