Ashab



those associating with Muhammad at any time in his life.

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    (usually used predicatively): The very hills were ashake with the violence of the storm. Historical Examples He seemed to be in the last extremity of fright, with a face the color of clay and his limbs all ashake as one who hath an ague. The White Company Arthur Conan Doyle Blacky was all ashake again, […]

  • Ashamed

    feeling shame; distressed or embarrassed by feelings of guilt, foolishness, or disgrace: He felt ashamed for having spoken so cruelly. unwilling or restrained because of fear of shame, ridicule, or disapproval: They were ashamed to show their work. Chiefly Midland U.S. (especially of children) bashful; timid. Contemporary Examples My friend immediately replied that he is […]



  • Ashamedly

    feeling shame; distressed or embarrassed by feelings of guilt, foolishness, or disgrace: He felt ashamed for having spoken so cruelly. unwilling or restrained because of fear of shame, ridicule, or disapproval: They were ashamed to show their work. Chiefly Midland U.S. (especially of children) bashful; timid. adjective (usually postpositive) overcome with shame, guilt, or remorse […]

  • Ashbery

    John, born 1927, U.S. poet.



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