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Etymologies

From sabotage. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • She wanted to run to Mem'sab's rescue, but she couldn't get her legs to work.

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  • So Grey came along when Karamjit brought them to the door of Mem'sab's parlor, cautioning them to wait quietly until Mem'sab called them.

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  • Mem'sab's jewelry was not of diamonds and gold, but odd, heavy pieces in silver and semi-precious gems.

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  • Mem'sab's eyes looked keenly into her friend's, easily defeating the concealment of the veil about her features.

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  • They set out the tea-things on one of the little tables, feeling a mutual need to discuss Mem'sab's strange proposition.

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  • Impulsively, the woman reached out for Mem'sab's hand.

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  • A surreptitious bump as Nan took her seat on Mem'sab's left hand proved that it was quite light and easy to move; it would be possible to lift it with one hand with no difficulty at all.

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  • By now Nan had seen plenty of ladies who dressed in finer stuffs than Mem'sab's simple Artistic gown of common stuffs, made bright with embroidery courtesy of Maya.

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  • The woman squeezed Mem'sab's hand, then turned and left, ushered out by one of the native servants.

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  • Nan felt better immediately, for she really hadn't wanted to go sneaking around behind Mem'sab's back.

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