adjective, noun, plural Mos·lems, Mos·lem.
Examples from the Web for moslem
The presumption that Palestinian Islamists, brothers of Egypt's Moslem Brothers, are a rising force seems increasingly weird.
There will also be a park to be called the Salah ed Din Park, after the Moslem warrior of Crusader times.
Such a child, for example, is the little girl the Moslem is ready to adopt and convert to the faith.Lotus Buds|Amy Carmichael
Very few learn the prescribed form of Moslem prayers and fewer still use them.Our Moslem Sisters|Annie Van Sommer
In half an hour a number of Moslem vessels were seen approaching.A Knight of the White Cross|G.A. Henty
The soaring sublimity of the Moslem monotheism comes partly from its narrowness and abstractness.
With the wide sweep of Moslem conquest another element came into the development.
British Dictionary definitions for moslem
noun, adjective plural -lems or -lem
Word Origin and History for moslem
Culture definitions for moslem