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Vashti

[ vash-tee, -tahy ]
/ ˈvæʃ ti, -taɪ /
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noun
the queen of Ahasuerus who was banished for refusing to appear before the king's guests. Esther 1:9–22.
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Vashti
/ (ˈvæʃtaɪ) /

noun
Old Testament the wife of the Persian king Ahasuerus: deposed for refusing to display her beauty before his guests (Esther 1–2)Douay spelling: Vasthi
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