He, sadi Descourcelles, had the blood of kings in his veins.
sadi answered, "Why so, friend, since the houses dance already?"
sadi breathed quickly—he appealed to the lad's sympathy in an earnest, manly voice.
"And we shall have you for our guest, friend sadi," Ludenmayer said, affably.
sadi, convinced of the hopelessness of his idea, lay very still and counted the dreary hours.
Chardin did not consider that sadi and Lokman were Persians.
After a while he arose and shouted to his servants, "Oh, Bakari and sadi, stoke well the fires and turn over the meat."
sadi turned and set about fulfilling the order without a question.
Eh, sadi, you will not refuse a bowl of soup even from the Prussians?
I had trusted sadi with many things, and so far he had never failed me.