Thesaurus / moors


Last evening went to Mr. Moors house to see his servant girl Susan.

Within the CapesHoward Pyle

Flowers line the pathways, the moors are pink with bloom, the undergrowth teems with darting wings.

There he would bring the Moors, and there should his hero Astolfo, riding on a Hippogriff, &c. &c.

“I hear and obey,” he meekly answered, and so he went to fight the Moors.

PatraasR. H. Busk

I was a great lubberly lad, I know, and tented the cattle then upon the moors.

The Moors said that the Christians, by a siege, could probably starve Toledo into submission.

Gusty, shooting the grouse on the moors, had found his purse emptied of its last coin.

The Moors in their blind fury often assailed the most difficult and dangerous places.

The silence of the moors wrapped them round, and also the peddler's stammer was a burden to his speech.

Long WillFlorence Converse

Moors say that corn in Morocco is known to yield, not forty, but a hundred-fold.


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