Definition of Moghuls

1. Noun. (plural of Moghul) ¹



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Definition of Moghuls

1. moghul [n] - See also: moghul

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Moghuls

mofongos
mofos
mofussil
mofussils
mog
moganite
mogas
mogdad coffee
moggan
moggans
mogged
moggie
moggies
mogging
moggy
moghuls (current term)
mogiarthria
mogigraphia
mogilalia
mogiphonia
mogs
mogul
mogul skiing
moguldom
moguled
moguls
mogwai
mogwais
moha
moha moha

Literary usage of Moghuls

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1. Early Records of British India: A History of the English Settlements in by James Talboys Wheeler (1878)
"They comprised Afghans and moghuls; accordingly there was a race antagonism* ... In the sixteenth century their empire had been overturned by the moghuls. ..."

2. History of the Mahrattas by James Grant Duff (1878)
"—Description of a body of Mahratta plunderers contrasted with the splendour of a Moghul camp. — Great devastations. —State of the moghuls. ..."

3. A History of India Under the Two First Sovereigns of the House of Taimur by William Erskine (1854)
"But, much as he had suffered, his misfortunes were not yet over. When Sultan Said Khan was sent with the moghuls to recover ..."

4. The History of India from the Earliest Ages by James Talboys Wheeler (1881)
"The people were so harassed by moghuls and Mahrattas that they were afraid to sow their grain, not knowing who would reap the harvest. ..."

5. History of India by Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson, Romesh Chunder Dutt, Vincent Arthur Smith, Stanley Lane-Poole, Henry Miers Elliot, William Wilson Hunter, Alfred Comyn Lyall (1906)
"... foreign invaders, or governing Moslem class, Turks, Afghans, Pathans, and moghuls, ... became so mixed that all were indifferently termed moghuls. ..."

6. Invasions of India from Central Asia (1879)
"They had come from the north and taken the great cities of Khiva, Bokhara, Herat, even lordly Samarcand. The Turks, moghuls, and ..."

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