Definition of Jinrickshas

1. Noun. (plural of jinricksha) ¹



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Definition of Jinrickshas

1. jinricksha [n] - See also: jinricksha

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jinrickshas

jinkier
jinkies
jinkiest
jinking
jinks
jinky
jinn
jinnee
jinnees
jinni
jinnis
jinns
jinny road
jinny roads
jinricksha
jinrickshas (current term)
jinrickshaw
jinrickshaws
jinrikisha
jinrikishas
jinriksha
jinrikshas
jins
jinshajiangite
jint
jinx
jinxed
jinxes
jinxing
jip

Literary usage of Jinrickshas

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1. Things Chinese: Or, Notes Connected with China by James Dyer Ball (1904)
"'Facsimiles of the Hebrew Manuscripts obtained at the Jewish Synagogue in K 'ae-Fung Foo.' jinrickshas.—Though not used in the purely native parts of China, ..."

2. The Voyage of the "Wanderer,": From the Journals and Letters of C. and S by Charles J. Lambert (1883)
"After lunch we went off in jinrickshas to a kind of government bazaar. ... There was a little delay in getting jinrickshas, as the men were warming ..."

3. The Far East (1906)
"Meanwhile, our host had procured three jinrickshas, in one of which our trunks and ... jinrickshas in Japan are nearly always propelled by two coolies, ..."

4. The Sunday at Home: A Family Magazine for Sabbath Reading by Religious Tract Society (Great Britain) (1880)
"Such was the ascent, which is seldom made by tourists, the usual trip being to go round in jinrickshas to the head of the rapids and to descend only ..."

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