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sado

/ˈsɑːdəʊ/
noun
1.
a variant of chado
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  • "Thanks, generous Prince," said sado, kneeling at Nagato's feet.

    The Usurper Judith Gautier
  • "By dint of imitating you I have acquired something of your spirit," said sado.

    The Usurper Judith Gautier
  • "It is my worthy sado who wins me this popularity," he thought.

    The Usurper Judith Gautier
  • Degraded he heard with dismay the sentence of deportation and exile to the far distant island of sado.

    The Yotsuya Kwaidan or O'Iwa Inari James S. De Benneville
  • A gentle wind of Autumn makes me sado day of storm—No way to speak of it!

  • The trap-door leading to the subterranean path by which the brave sado was wont to gain admittance to the palace was open.

    The Usurper Judith Gautier
  • The 802 sado, which issues into Setubal Bay, is the only important river of this region.

  • Even outlying islands, such as sado, had their churches and congregations.

    The Religions of Japan William Elliot Griffis
  • Against this box rested the straw sack containing sado's head.

    The Usurper Judith Gautier

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