Definition of Pundits

1. Noun. (plural of pundit) ¹



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Definition of Pundits

1. pundit [n] - See also: pundit

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pundits

punctureless
puncturer
puncturers
punctures
puncturing
punctus percontativus
pundette
pundettes
punding
pundit
punditic
punditocracy
punditocratic
punditries
punditry
pundits (current term)
pundle
pundles
pundonor
punese
puneses
pung
punga
pungapung
pungas
pungence
pungences
pungencies
pungency
pungent

Literary usage of Pundits

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1. Village-communities in the East and West: Six Lectures Delivered at Oxford by Henry Sumner Maine (1871)
"... Law—Mahometan Law—The pundits—Codified Hindoo Law—Varieties of Native Usage—The ... pundits ..."

2. Village-communities in the East and West: Six Lectures Delivered at Oxford by Henry Sumner Maine (1871)
"... Sudder Courts—Development of Hindoo Law—Effect of Juridical Commentaries—The Bar and English Law—Mahometan Law—The pundits—Codified Hindoo Law—Varieties ..."

3. Village-communities in the East and West: Six Lectures Delivered at Oxford by Henry Sumner Maine (1872)
"... Sudder Courts—Development of Hindoo Law—Effect of Juridical Commentaries—The Bar and English Law—Mahometan Law—The pundits—Codified Hindoo Law—Varieties ..."

4. Some Great Leaders in the World Movement by Robert Elliott Speer (1911)
"Bowen at once took up the language, employing two pundits, each of whom gave him an hour and a half daily. The spirit of the man is shown in a sentence or ..."

5. Village-communities in the East and West; Six Lectures Delivered at Oxford by Henry Sumner Maine (1880)
"... Bar and English Law—Mahometan Law— The pundits—Codified Hindoo Law—Varieties of Native Drag*— The Written Law—Hindoo Widow.s Estate—Preservation of ..."

6. The World's Best Essays, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time by Edward Archibald Allen, David Josiah Brewer, William Schuyler (1900)
"BURNS AND THE pundits OF EDINBURGH IT NEEDS no effort of imagination to conceive what the sensations of an isolated set of scholars, almost all either ..."

7. A Series of Letters from London Written During the Years 1856, '57, '58, '59 by George Mifflin Dallas, Julia Dallas (1869)
"... session of yesterday, and received for the Superintendent of your Coast Survey, the great Victoria Gold Medal, awarded to him by those learned pundits. ..."

8. William Ewart Gladstone and His Contemporaries: Fifty Years of Social and by Thomas Archer (1883)
"In speaking of the universal recognition of 1 principle of prescription in reference t> perty, he said it was known all over world,—among the pundits of ..."

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