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  • noun Plural form of muqaddam.


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  • Once he realized this, the youth eased off, but his father's zeal remained unrelenting, and pretty soon he was getting promotion, no longer a mere runner but one of the organizing muqaddams.

    The Satanic Verses Rushdie, Salman 1967

  • The Mameluke emirs, bashis and muqaddams wore their fortunes into battle -- gold bracelets and belts, jeweled rings, necklaces of coins.

    The Saracen: Land of the Infidel Robert Shea 1963

  • Bogha, a deafening roar went up from the emirs, the bashis, the muqaddams, the naqeebs, the troopers.

    The Saracen: Land of the Infidel Robert Shea 1963


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