Those are now steeds from Araby which seemed but rats and mice an hour or two ago.
He wore the light flexile mail of the ancient heroes of Araby or Fez.
He composed, in 1833, the words and air of "The Araby Maid," which speedily obtained a wide popularity.
The air is filled with odours sweet as the perfumes of Araby or Ind.
How like airs of Araby the Blest the odors of steaming coffee!
Milton says, 'Sabean odors from the spicy shores of Araby the blest.'
I mounted it, and vaguely expected the odors of Araby a gain.
It had about it odors of the East; savors of Araby the blest.
Araby, the land of manna and milk—of black-eyed women—of horses that champ strange bits.
But we have ample stock of rare silks and rich spices of Araby and Gondar.