noun, plural se·ragl·ios.
Origin of seraglio
Examples from the Web for seraglio
A sentry had been placed at the gate of the Seraglio to prevent anyone who did not belong to the laboratory from entering.Byron|Richard Edgcumbe
She found it a very pleasant recreation, for life in the seraglio is extremely monotonous.
So there he stood at last, on a silver pedestal in front of the Seraglio.The Lion of Janina|Mr Jkai
Garth happily observed that for Radcliffe to leave a library was as if a eunuch should found a seraglio.A Book about Doctors|John Cordy Jeaffreson
A broad road leads us with park-like plantations on either hand up from the sea towards the Seraglio buildings.The Walls of Constantinople|Bernard Granville Baker