Of course, poor Martin, in consequence of his pursuits, had become an Ishmaelite in the house.
This feeling had been accentuated by the Ishmaelite life he had led from his puppyhood.
The Ishmaelite tribes, in fact, spoke dialects in which Canaanitish and Arabic elements were mingled together.
He would be an "Ishmaelite," finding "casus belli" in all the purposes of fate.
This was done again, and suddenly the black lustrous eyes of the Ishmaelite glistened brighter.
There is a tender intimacy between the Ishmaelite and his flock.
She saw that he had the straight serious features of the Ishmaelite, but lacked the fierce yet wondering gaze of the Arab.
But sensuousness and lawlessness are everywhere the stamp of the Ishmaelite.
There should not be here and there a strange Ishmaelite creature whose delight it is to be played upon by boreal blasts.
I have left those rooms, and am a wanderer and an Ishmaelite.