hold intercourse

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She came, not as a guest, but as a rightful inmate, into the household that was darkened by trouble, as if its gloomy twilight were a medium in which she was entitled to hold intercourse with her fellow-creature There glimmered the embroidered letter, with comfort in its unearthly ray.
``Sir Franklin,'' answered the Templar, ``my Saracen slaves are true Moslems, and scorn as much as any Christian to hold intercourse with a Jew.''