As I descended I heard, thin and faint and beautiful, like the cry of a wild bird, the muezzin from the minarets of Erzerum.
"Greenmantle" by John Buchan
For a sample, there's the muezzin's game with you.
"Tartarin of Tarascon" by Alphonse Daudet
Had we been among the Moslems, we should have thought it the muezzin's cry.
"Among the Sioux" by R. J. Creswell
We assembled at the close of day, and began our march just as the muezzins called the evening prayer.
"The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan" by James Morier
Go, infidel, the muezzin calls to prayers.
"The Pacha of Many Tales" by Frederick Marryat
The cry of the donkey-boy, and the cry of the cameleer, and the cry of the muezzin from the mosque.
"The Wind Bloweth" by Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne
It had been captured by the Turks and made into a mosque, where the muezzin supplanted the priest in calls of prayer.
"Charles Carleton Coffin" by William Elliot Griffis
This night, the first time for three weeks, I have heard again the Muezzin's call to prayers, from the minarets of the Mosques.
"Journal of a Residence at Bagdad" by Anthony Groves
It was the Muezzin calling the people to prayer.
"A Trip to the Orient" by Robert Urie Jacob
When the muezzin intoned the fifth namazat, towards midnight, Mahmoud dismissed the dervish.
"The Lion of Janina" by Mór Jókai
Indeed, some of them actually mocked the make-believe muezzin before his face.
"The Story of Chautauqua" by Jesse Lyman Hurlbut
The whole place was still sleeping, and would sleep until the muezzin from the mosque gave the call to prayer.
"King of the Air" by Herbert Strang
THE FIRST MUEZZIN, BILAL (405), was written in the fall of 1883, during the New Orleans period.
"Concerning Lafcadio Hearn" by George M. Gould
If only the muezzin would proclaim midnight from the mosque.
"The Slaves of the Padishah" by Mór Jókai
The muezzin is heard from the Valley calling to prayer.
"Six One-Act Plays" by Margaret Scott Oliver
Five times a day the voice of the muezzin calls them to prayer.
"From Egypt to Japan" by Henry M. Field
From the Mosque of Omar he had heard the sonorous chant of the muezzin.
"When It Was Dark" by Guy Thorne
I am told the sound carries as far as the muezzin.
"The Secrets of a Kuttite" by Edward O. Mousley
The subdued roar of the busy streets and quays is occasionally varied by the melodious cry of the muezzin.
"The Mediterranean" by T. G. (Thomas Gray) Bonney, E. A. R. Ball, H. D. Traill, Grant Allen, and Arthur Griffiths
The voices died away like the Muezzins', whose cry is the sweetest and most striking of all Eastern sounds.
"Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. II, No. X., March 1851" by Various
Every blade's a minaret
Where a small muezzin's set,
Loudly calling us to pray
At the miracle of day.
"Late September" by Amy Lowell
Now Vesper brings the sunset hour,
And, where crusading Knighthood trod,
Muezzin from his minaret tower
Proclaims, ``There is no God but God!''
"The Door Of Humility" by Alfred Austin
Each Moslem tomb, and cypress old,
Looked holy through the sunset air;
And, angel-like, the Muezzin told
From tower and mosque the hour of prayer.
"The Star Of Bethlehem" by John Greenleaf Whittier
The shadows grow and deepen round me,
I feel the deffall in the air;
The muezzin of the darkening thicket,
I hear the night-thrush call to prayer.
"What The Traveller Said At Sunset" by John Greenleaf Whittier
The mosques and churches float through memories of the pious,
The chiming of the bell mingles with the muezzin's call,
Sanctity shines from cowls and from the beards of hodjas.
Oh, so many fair angels at the gates of hell!
"Blasphemy" by Millosh Gjergj Nikolla
From a far minaret of faithful cloud
A wraith-muezzin of the sunset cried
Over the sea that swung with sultan pride,
"Allah is Beauty, there is none beside!
Allah is Beauty, not to be denied
By Death or any Infidel dark-browed!"
"On The Arabian Gulf" by Cale Young Rice