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Moslem

[ moz-luhm, mos- ]

adjective

, plural Mos·lems, Mos·lem.


Moslem

/ ˈmɒzləm /

noun

  1. an old-fashioned variant of Muslim


Moslem

  1. See Muslim .


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Derived Forms

  • ˈMoslemism, noun
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Other Words From

  • an·ti-Mos·lem adjective noun plural antiMoslems antiMoslem
  • half-Mos·lem adjective noun plural halfMoslems halfMoslem
  • non-Mos·lem adjective noun plural nonMoslems nonMoslem
  • pre-Mos·lem adjective noun plural preMoslems preMoslem
  • pro-Mos·lem adjective noun plural proMoslems proMoslem
  • pseu·do-Mos·lem adjective noun plural pseudoMoslems pseudoMoslem
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Example Sentences

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.

Richard felt—but perchance he was wrong—a quiver run through the Moslem; only for an instant, if at all.

Ten days since it befell that Moslem corsairs landed by night at Cefalu, and stormed your father's castle.

As you won honor after honor, and Christian and Moslem lauded you, was your gladness greater than mine?

Old knights were praying Charlemagne's prayer at Roncesvalles—that the day might lengthen while they hunted the Moslem.

Richard gave it as his last battle-cry, and swung Trenchefer to beat through the Moslem's guard; when lo!

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