Definition of Jampanees
1. jampanee [n] - See also: jampanee
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Literary usage of Jampanees
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. My Diary in India, in the Year 1858-9 by William Howard Russell (1860)
"Our jampanees.—Neglected parental advice.—Resource of young Simla. ... Our jampanees appeared in their new liveries, very fine and gay; some in light- blue ..."
2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1875)
"Over ridge after ridge ad infinitum the poor jampanees toil, while their burthens scorch, blister, and pant beneath a mid-day sun, till at length their ..."
3. London Society edited by James Hogg, Florence Marryat (1884)
"jampanees, stop ! I insist on being set down !' Irving-Wood, however, was enjoying his joke—injustice to him it must be said he was not in earnest—and he ..."
4. The Occult World by Alfred Percy Sinnett (1886)
"... with no other person near us but the jampanees carrying it. The bell-sounds are not mere sportive illustrations of the properties of the currents which ..."