Seraglio [noun]

Definition of Seraglio:

group of lady attendants

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Sentence/Example of Seraglio:

The Pacha had sent his subordinate with a guard to transfer him to the Seraglio.

He led the way until they came to a gallery that overlooked the seraglio.

What cry was that which startles the seraglio from its siesta?

You have turned your house into a seraglio, as birds are kept in a cage.

Woman was no longer the captive of the seraglio, nor the chronicler of small beer.

I raved and stormed through the seraglio like one possessed, but it was all in vain.

So Quasimodo had fifteen bells in his seraglio; but big Marie was his favorite.

But the ladies of the king's seraglio were his principal customers.

A threat that savored more of the seraglio than of the throne!

Beyond the walls of the seraglio lay the royal hunting grounds.