also Scheherazade, female narrator of the "Arabian Nights;" the name used by 1807 in reference to "(young, attractive, female) teller of long tales."
As for our scheherezade, her delight was unbounded, and her curiosity insatiable.
scheherezade, Miss Emily Remsen, sat on a cushion beside him.
But go on, scheherezade, and tell one of those stories that you relate so well.
Where, except in the glowing fictions of scheherezade, may the personification of such a phantom be detected?
But now that our scheherezade has become a scholar instead of a teacher, she seems to be undergoing a remarkable transformation.
I was looking at our scheherezade the other day, and thinking what a pity it was that she had never had fair play in the world.
Hurrying back into the ball-room, he soon found him, though he had parted from scheherezade.
But the Lady expressed still more strongly the regret she should feel at leaving her young friend, our scheherezade.
The Sultan lay down upon a divan near the curtains, and scheherezade sat beside him upon a satin cushion on the floor.
I wish he would change his seat and come round and sit by our scheherezade!