Bedouinnoun [ C ]uk /ˈbed.u.ɪn/ us /ˈbed.u.ɪn/ plural Bedouin or Bedouins
Examples from literature
- For example, the Bushmen of the Kalahari and the Bedouin of the Middle East do not live in one place all the time.
- The Bedouin also wear a kind of hat that covers their head and part of their face.
- The Bedouin wear special clothes that help to keep them cool.
- Every wild Bedouin of the desert knew much of the tale by heart, and listened to its periods and to its poems with quivering interest.
- In forcing the pace along the canal bank the Bedouin undoubtedly burst his camel.
- The Bedouin gravely inclined his head.
- The second man was a Bedouin: a camel-driver of the Libyan Desert.
- With her forest of foliage and her abundance of water, Damascus must be a wonder of wonders to the Bedouin from the deserts.