A Muslim scholar who interprets the shari'a.(noun)
Civilian dress, especially when worn by one who normally wears a uniform.(noun)
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Use "mufti" in a sentence
"A flunkey in mufti is as unseemly an object as a soldier on furlough, with his jacket unbuttoned and his neat stock replaced by a coloured neckerchief."
"In 2008, Umar left for South Africa to pursue a two-year master's degree in Islamic jurisprudence and earned the title "mufti.""
"Predominantly old soldiers and, allowing for the dreadful appearance that men drilling in mufti always present, not a bad lot."