Muslih ud-Din, 1184?–1291?, Persian poet.
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Examples from the Web for sadi
Historical Examples of sadi
Sadi wondered now that he had not brought the picture with him.
He, Sadi Descourcelles, had the blood of kings in his veins.
Sadi answered, "Why so, friend, since the houses dance already?"
Eh, Sadi, you will not refuse a bowl of soup even from the Prussians?
"So poor that I am starving," said Sadi, with dignified simplicity.
British Dictionary definitions for sadi
original name Sheikh Muslih Addin. ?1184–1292, Persian poet. His best-known works are Gulistān (Flower Garden) and Būstān (Tree Garden), long moralistic poems in prose and verse
a variant spelling of Sadi
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