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How to use inshallah in a sentence
The point of libertarianism is to limit (or, Inshallah, diminish) the size, power, and expense of government.Up To A Point: My Problem With People Who Agree With Me|P. J. O’Rourke|July 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“We will meet in a few days in Tripoli around the Rixos Hotel, Inshallah (god willing),” he said.
My head is not so beautiful as that of Rachel's daughter, but it is as useful to me; and, Inshallah, I mean to keep it.The Arab's Pledge|Edward L. Mitford
En-Noor says that we shall certainly get them back,—all; but he adds the qualifying phrase, Inshallah!
And beyond them lie another four, and yet another; better not to think of them—Inshallah, we shall sleep somewhere to-night!Safar Nameh, Persian Pictures|Gertrude Bell
Inshallah, I will grip that spectacled old woman of a priest by the hand before I die.Rung Ho!|Talbot Mundy
I have only now to get a little money in my pocket, and then inshallah (as the Turks say), I'll have my picture out of you.