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In the early hours of morning, we stopped at Simba, the "Place of Lions," where the station-master has many lion scares even now.
IN AFRICAJOHN T. MCCUTCHEON
Simba led the rout and the head-priest brought up the rear, skipping along upon one leg.
THE IVORY CHILDH. RIDER HAGGARD
With a slow, steady pull he dragged Simba from the chair so that he fell upon the ground near his left foreleg.
THE IVORY CHILDH. RIDER HAGGARD
Our carriage stopped upon a siding at Simba Station for three days, in order that we might more closely examine the local fauna.
MY AFRICAN JOURNEYWINSTON CHURCHILL
The country all around is devastated, and Arab force is at Simba's.
Simba wants us to pass by his village, and not by the straight path.
The "magic" bone Kingozi had confided to Simba was a fragment of a Pleistocene fossil.
THE LEOPARD WOMANSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
"Many more, bwana," Simba replied in the atrocious Swahili Kingozi had ordered.
THE LEOPARD WOMANSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
Simba, who had listened with deference until his bwana should finish this jargon, grinned.
THE LEOPARD WOMANSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
Simba was already at the carcass, Kisu M'kubwa, his thin-bladed knife, in his hand.
THE LEOPARD WOMANSTEWART EDWARD WHITE

WORDS RELATED TO SIMBA

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION