I once heard him say that the white wool on a janizary's cap was more honorable than the horse tail on the tent spear of another.
The teachers in the janizary schools were far from ordinary men.
The janizary then wrote down her request, and told her to go.
A janizary standing here split his visage to grin, but it was surprising how quickly the Sultana had his head off.
I think our guide is a janizary—he has the look—but I have decided not to mention the matter.
A janizary bore his lance, and two soldiers walked by the side of his horse.
"A word," cried the boy, as the janizary was preparing to obey his master's orders.
I care not for the janizary, though you were the Aga himself, instead of a mutilated slave.
But such a janizary system of government was too burdensome, unwieldy, and wasteful not to fall by its own weight sooner or later.
The burden of every story was the praise of the janizary organization, which alone enabled them to attain such glories and joys.
"elite Turkish infantry," 1520s, from French janissaire (15c.), from Italian giannizzero, from Turkish yenicheri, literally "new troops," from yeni "new" + cheri "soldiery." Formed 1362 from slaves and prisoners of war, ranks filled over the years from tributary children of Christians, abolished 1826.