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Red Desert


Nefud Desert

[nuh-food] /nəˈfud/
a desert in N Saudi Arabia: areas of reddish sand. About 50,000 sq. mi. (129,500 sq. km).
Also called An Nafud, Nafud, Nefud, Nufud, Red Desert. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • For I came with empty hands, and without servants or slaves, or retinue of any kind, riding alone out of the Red Desert.

    Khaled, A Tale of Arabia F. Marion Crawford
  • The sun rose hot, for in the Red Desert sky there is rarely a cloud.

    Whispering Smith Frank H. Spearman
  • And what dost thou see, O, man, who hast traversed the Red Desert?

    The Weird Orient Henry Iliowizi
  • Don't tell me you haven't caught onto the hall-mark of the Red Desert.

  • In what essential does it differ from the affair over on the Red Desert?

    Cavanagh: Forest Ranger Hamlin Garland
  • The Red Desert of Wyoming is mostly sandy but there are large exposures of rock and gravel.

  • I want but one thing in the world, and it was for that I came out of the Red Desert to be your husband.

    Khaled, A Tale of Arabia F. Marion Crawford
  • Then there was a torrent of thoughts and memory overran them, buried them, and Red Desert was rushing up to engulf him.

    A Gift For Terra Fox B. Holden
  • The Red Desert was hidden from view, but the Guadalupe Mountains loomed close in the southwest.

  • We stood there by the outcropping and looked out along the wide, Red Desert beyond.

    The Holes Around Mars Jerome Bixby

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