To venable (verb): To randomly muse upon this and that.

Before he left Abdul-Ahad turned to Elias, grasped his arm and said to him, “When you look at me on the street, you see my Muslim hat and beard, and you are afraid of me. And, to tell you the truth, that is why we dress this way, to make you afraid of us. But you need to know – you need to know that inside we are empty. Don’t be afraid of us, We need the gospel.”

P.79 of A Wind in the House of Islam by David Garrison

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