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How to use souk in a sentence

There is a tale of a certain Arab shopkeeper of the Souk dEtoffes who married a stranger from overseas.
IN THE LAND OF MOSQUES & MINARETSFRANCIS MILTOUN
We came through the souk, where were the sticks of meat roasting, and lots of people.
NARRATIVE OF A MISSION TO CENTRAL AFRICA PERFORMED IN THE YEARS 1850-51, VOLUME 2JAMES RICHARDSON
There are two market-days in Zinder: the great souk on Thursday, and the little one on Friday, the days following one another.
NARRATIVE OF A MISSION TO CENTRAL AFRICA PERFORMED IN THE YEARS 1850-51, VOLUME 2JAMES RICHARDSON
The souk to-day was full of people, but goods of value were wanting.
NARRATIVE OF A MISSION TO CENTRAL AFRICA PERFORMED IN THE YEARS 1850-51, VOLUME 2JAMES RICHARDSON
After about three or four hours' ride the Sarkee usually encamps, and a souk, or market, is opened at the camp for provisions.
NARRATIVE OF A MISSION TO CENTRAL AFRICA PERFORMED IN THE YEARS 1850-51, VOLUME 2JAMES RICHARDSON
Not succeeding in the souk, he went to the Shereef Kebir, and requested him to give him a fowl for a sick person.
NARRATIVE OF A MISSION TO CENTRAL AFRICA PERFORMED IN THE YEARS 1850-51, VOLUME 2JAMES RICHARDSON
The souk is almost deserted to-day, on account of the Sarkee being absent.
NARRATIVE OF A MISSION TO CENTRAL AFRICA PERFORMED IN THE YEARS 1850-51, VOLUME 2JAMES RICHARDSON
From them came black boats filled with Arab men and women carrying the produce of their buffalo herds to the Souk or market.
DISCOVERIES AMONG THE RUINS OF NINEVEH AND BABYLONAUSTEN H. LAYARD
Being thus compelled to remain at the Souk, I fitted up my tent and cabins as well as I was able.
DISCOVERIES AMONG THE RUINS OF NINEVEH AND BABYLONAUSTEN H. LAYARD
I went to see the souk;—everybody was very civil;—no calling Kafer!
NARRATIVE OF A MISSION TO CENTRAL AFRICA PERFORMED IN THE YEARS 1850-51, VOLUME 2JAMES RICHARDSON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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