Meanwhile the fellaheen refilled their pockets or wherever they keep their money, and lived in fatted peace.
It has freed the plain to the fellaheen, though still it keeps my island in its clasp.
They are poor girls, daughters of two of our neighbors who are fellaheen or farmers.
Their religion forbidding usury, they take it out of the fellaheen in cotton.
Do not let any Egyptian soldiers come up here; take command of steamers direct, and turn out Egyptian fellaheen.
fellaheen and negro, they showed a vim and intelligence in track-making that Europeans could not surpass.
There can be no doubt about one thing,—whatever may be said of fellaheen troopers, the Blacks will charge home.
Dervish spears were thrown into and over the staunch and unyielding Soudanese and fellaheen soldiery.
The crops are growing, the fellaheen are at work in the fields and everywhere the wild flowers bloom.
About sixty per cent, of the inhabitants of modern Egypt belong to the agricultural class—the fellaheen.
"Egyptian peasant," 1743, from Arabic fallah "plowman," from falaha "to till the soil."