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How to use mut in a sentence
As long as these tenets are followed, Alidina thinks Mut'ah marriages provide an important physical outlet for young Muslims.
"I misused Mut'ah when I did it repeatedly and with several women," he says.
For Selman, Mut'ah is simply "a permission from God to have sexual relations."
Like permanent marriages in Islam, Mut'ah marriages are only allowed with other Muslims, Christians, and Jews.
He says Mut'ah leads to abandonment of pregnant women, unwanted babies, and destroys the purpose and sanctity of marriage.
They shud be kept on water an' rice in the hot weather; but there'd be a mut'ny av 'twas done.Soldier Stories|Rudyard Kipling
And so some people say that this is not Pasht at all, but Mut herself, who was sometimes represented as lion-headed.The Palace of Darkened Windows|Mary Hastings Bradley
The termination mut, in a substantive sense, means a village at the place or on the river to the name of which it is added (Dall).North America|Israel C. Russell
We do not know the names of the artists who did the work, though we know that of the architect, Sen-mut, who planned the building.Peeps at Many Lands: Ancient Egypt|James Baikie
Wilkinson only knew of one, in which the Queen Mut-neter of the eighteenth dynasty was represented.A History of Art in Ancient Egypt, Vol. II (of 2)|Georges Perrot