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Kah·lil [kah-leel], /kɑˈlil/, 1883–1931, Lebanese mystic, poet, dramatist, and artist; in the U.S. after 1910.
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How to use Gibran in a sentence
Khalil Gibran, the Lebanese poet best known to readers here for his 1923 book The Prophet, begins the anthology.
He looks at the face of Khalil Gibran, poetic and mysterious, and he feels the mystery and poetry.
British Dictionary definitions for Gibran
/ (dʒɪˈbrɑːn) /
Kahlil (ˈkɑːliːl). 1883–1931, Syro-Lebanese poet, mystic, and painter, resident in the US after 1910; author of The Prophet (1923)
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