seraglio

[ si-ral-yoh, -rahl- ]SEE DEFINITION OF seraglio

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The Pacha had sent his subordinate with a guard to transfer him to the Seraglio.

He led the way until they came to a gallery that overlooked the seraglio.

What cry was that which startles the seraglio from its siesta?

You have turned your house into a seraglio, as birds are kept in a cage.

Woman was no longer the captive of the seraglio, nor the chronicler of small beer.

I raved and stormed through the seraglio like one possessed, but it was all in vain.

So Quasimodo had fifteen bells in his seraglio; but big Marie was his favorite.

But the ladies of the king's seraglio were his principal customers.

A threat that savored more of the seraglio than of the throne!

Beyond the walls of the seraglio lay the royal hunting grounds.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SERAGLIO

harem

noungroup of lady attendants
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