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Origin of khedive
OTHER WORDS FROM khedivekhe·div·al, khe·div·i·al [kuh-dee-vee-uhl], /kəˈdi vi əl/, adjectivekhe·div·i·ate [kuh-dee-vee-it, -eyt], /kəˈdi vi ɪt, -ˌeɪt/, khe·div·ate [kuh-dee-vit, -veyt], /kəˈdi vɪt, -ˌveɪt/, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for khedive
The Khedive of Egypt persuades himself that the success of the equilateral will silence his local political rivals.
Strong as this truculent leader was in men and money, the Khedive Ismail did not believe that he would dare to resist his power.
The Khedive, having no available means of bringing his rebellious dependent to reason, had to acquiesce in the defeat of his army.
Gordon's plan would have saved the Khedive's Government £400, but he had to give way to the proprieties.
The main buttress of the Khedive's authority in this region was therefore hollow and erected on an insecure foundation.
Rionga passed his hours in native excesses, in the joy of receiving the titular rank of Vakil to the Khedive.