Definition of Jinrikishas

1. Noun. (plural of jinrikisha) ¹



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Definition of Jinrikishas

1. jinrikisha [n] - See also: jinrikisha

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jinrikishas

jinks
jinky
jinn
jinnee
jinnees
jinni
jinnis
jinns
jinny road
jinny roads
jinricksha
jinrickshas
jinrickshaw
jinrickshaws
jinrikisha
jinrikishas (current term)
jinriksha
jinrikshas
jins
jinshajiangite
jint
jinx
jinxed
jinxes
jinxing
jip
jipijapa
jipijapas
jippa jappa
jippa jappas

Literary usage of Jinrikishas

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1. East by West: A Journey in the Recess by Henry William Lucy (1885)
"ACROSS COUNTRY IN jinrikishas. THE ball at the Foreign Office was over ... We were in the jinrikishas by a quarter-past six, and the train started at seven. ..."

2. Vacation Days in Hawaii and Japan by Charles Maus Taylor (1898)
"... of tea at a neighboring inn we leave our baggage in the care of the landlady, and take jinrikishas for the celebrated Hot Springs, four miles distant. ..."

3. Around the Globe and Through Bible Lands: Notes and Observations on the by George Lambert (1896)
"They are very polite in offering their services with their jinrikishas, two wheeled vehicles drawn by coolies, in which they will take you on short notice ..."

4. Our Journey Around the World: An Illustrated Record of a Year's Travel of by Francis Edward Clark, Harriet Elizabeth Clark (1895)
"... The Most Beautiful of Mountains—Fujiyama in Spotless Ermine — "Fiery Jack" — Yokohama—The Rush of jinrikishas — The Capture of the Man-of-War's Men —Fun ..."

5. Around the World Through Japan by Walter Del Mar (1904)
"jinrikishas. The Imperial Garden Party. The Emperor and Empress. " The Soul of Japan." The Russian Minister. Kyoto. The Cherry-blossom Dance. The Geisha. ..."

6. Japan: A Sailor's Visit to the Island Empire by M. B. Cook (1890)
"jinrikishas — YOKOHAMA — RESTAURANTS — SHOOTING GALLERIES—TEA HOUSE GIRLS— BATHS—VISIT TO THEATRE. FROM the first moment in which we set foot upon land ..."

7. Japan: Its Architecture, Art, and Art Manufactures by Christopher Dresser (1882)
"PART I. CHAPTER I. Yokohama—The Grand Hotel—Sights in the Streets—jinrikishas—Japanese hospitality —Sachi—Yedo, or Tokio—Letter-writing—The Castle—-Winter ..."

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