Definition of Bakshished

1. bakshish [v] - See also: bakshish



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bakshished

bakkie
bakkies
baklava
baklava-like
baklavalike
baklavas
baklawa
baklawas
baksanite
baksheesh
baksheeshed
baksheeshes
baksheeshing
bakshis
bakshish
bakshished (current term)
bakshishes
bakshishing
baktun
baktuns
bakuchiol
bal
bal-chatri
bal-chatris
balaam
balachong
balaclava
balaclava helmet
balaclavas
baladin

Literary usage of Bakshished

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1. The Holy War in Tripoli by George Frederick Abbott (1912)
"In a few days they had bakshished them all away. And then Selim, who, besides being Mr. Seppings Wright's cook, nurse, and body-guard, ..."

2. Through the Lands of the Serb by Mary Edith Durham (1904)
"I bakshished Yakoub for the last time, and told him it was " for coffee," which delighted him immensely, and he filled himself up with rakija until Radovan, ..."

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