Thesaurus / fakir

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The 'curious insect' was given to the lady's husband by a rich native who gave up all his worldly possessions and became a fakir.

Brown swung the Beluchi out in front of him where he could hear the fakir better.

Told in the EastTalbot Mundy

There were not wanting those in the profession who openly denounced him as a "fakir."

An American SuffragetteIsaac N. Stevens

There was a chorus of yells from the prisoners, and a noise like a wounded horse's scream from the fakir.

Told in the EastTalbot Mundy

By this time the fakir has convinced his audience that the basket is empty.

To prove further that the basket is still empty, the fakir seats himself in the basket, as shown in the illustration.

I was deliberating whether I should ride forward or remain where I was, when a fakir forced his way to my side.

On the sands we found a fakir had established his camp—quite a low church fellow, I suppose, to the Brahmin mind.

Now, we'll swoop down on that village, and take the fakir with us, with a halter round his neck for the sake of argument.

Told in the EastTalbot Mundy

He caught the very three men the fakir said were doomed, and dashed the life out of them; then he came at me.

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