Definition of Arrah

1. expression of wonder [interj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arrah

arquebusade
arquebusades
arquebuse
arquebuses
arquebusier
arquebusiers
arquifoux
arr
arrabbiata
arracacha
arrach
arrack
arracks
arragonite
arragonites
arrah (current term)
arrah now
arraign
arraigned
arraigner
arraigners
arraigning
arraignment
arraignments
arraigns
arrange
arrangeable
arranged
arranged marriage
arranged marriages

Literary usage of Arrah

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1. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by William Wilson Hunter (1887)
"The arrah District school had 464 pupils in 1883-84. The Census of 1881 returned 13960 boys and 385 girls as under instruction, besides 36930 males and 1024 ..."

2. A Dictionary of the Drama: A Guide to the Plays, Play-wrights, Players, and by William Davenport Adams (1904)
"Theatrical manager and dramatic author ; son of Dr. Samuel Arnold ; born 1774, died August 16, 1852 ; joined his father in building the arrah-NA-POGUE ..."

3. A Comprehensive History of India, Civil, Military and Social: From the First by Henry Beveridge (1862)
"The mutineers having crossed the Soane unchecked, proceeded westward to arrah, situated only eight miles beyond it, and after plundering the treasury and ..."

4. Handbook of the Bengal Presidency: With an Account of Calcutta City by John Murray (Firm), Edward Backhouse Eastwick (1882)
"The Cemetery is an extremely picturesque spot, an eminence shaded by fine trees. Here are buried one or two of the heroes of arrah. The tablet of the last ..."

5. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1844)
"The blood spread warm over arrah Neil's fair cheek and brow. " Oh, no, no," she cried " I know not why I did it ; but I will call you so no more. ..."

6. The Career of Dion Boucicault by Townsend Walsh (1915)
"CHAPTER X Boucicault in his native city —Peculiar relations existing between him and John Brougham—First production of "arrah-na-Pogue" in Dublin—Social ..."

7. A History of the Indian Mutiny: And of the Disturbances which Accompanied it by Thomas Rice Holmes (1904)
"Meanwhile the garrison of arrah had been listening anxiously to the sound of the battle. In the afternoon they arrah relieved, saw the beaten rebels come ..."

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