- a yellow mist occurring in eastern China and Japan during the spring and fall, caused by dust from the interior of China.
Origin of bai
< Japanese < Middle Chinese, equivalent to Chinese mái dust storm
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Examples from the Web for bai
She “was an attractive blonde,” Bai writes, “only in the sense that the Sistine Chapel had some pretty good artwork.”
“Indeed, what had it gotten us, this violent compression of politics and celebrity and moral policing,” Bai writes.
Bai told The Daily Beast, “It is not career death to leave the Times any more.”Does Katie Couric’s Move to Yahoo Signal the End of Old Media Dominance?
November 25, 2013
When Bai refused her proposal, he contends, the so-called Taliban fiancé concocted the rape story to cast blame on Bai.
A U.N. official in the regional capital of Mazar-i-Sharif describes Bai as a “strongman with no limits.”
We bain't a-goin' to pass Widder Hotchkiss, be we, governor?Aunt Rachel
David Christie Murray
Lor' bless 'ee, Willyum, if it bain't Squire a-kissin' our Rachel.Happy Days
Alan Alexander Milne
The bodies beside her were those of her nurse and the wife of the chief priest Bai.
The evening before I had steadily and firmly refused the wife of Bai.
Bai's wife had supported her wish, and the prince was obliged to yield.