Definition of Babuls

1. babul [n] - See also: babul



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Babuls

babooshes
babooshka
babooshkas
babouche
babouches
baboushka
baboushkas
babu
babuche
babuches
babudom
babudoms
babuism
babuisms
babul
babuls (current term)
babus
babushka
babushkas
baby's bed
baby's breath
baby's dummy
baby's room
baby's tears
baby-boom generation
baby-care
baby-faced
baby-jumper
baby-killer

Literary usage of Babuls

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Imperial Gazetteer of India. by William Wilson Hunter, Great Britain India Office (1908)
"The wide expanse of black cotton soil, slightly undulating, is broken by few trees except babuls and groves near villages. ..."

2. An Englishwoman in the Philippines by Campbell Dauncey (1906)
""babuls. These Government Schools are ruining my people. I thank God that I have no son who will be taught to be insolent and unclean, and to eat like that. ..."

3. Putnam's Magazine (1908)
"As far as eye could see stretched the featureless sandbanks, with here and there a line of dreary babuls. A pipal-tree once tried to grow by the suttee ..."

4. Putnam's Magazine (1908)
"As far as eye could see stretched the featureless sandbanks, with here and there a line of dreary babuls. A pipal-tree once tried to grow by ..."

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