Definition of Chappatis
1. chappati [n] - See also: chappati
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chappatis
Literary usage of Chappatis
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report on the Revised Land Revenue Settlement of the Lahore District, in the by Leslie S. Saunders (1873)
"Ghi, or clarified butter, is much valued as a relish with chappatis or in cooking,, and several kinds of dal are also in common use. 201. ..."
2. Broken People: Caste Violence Against India's "Untouchables" by Smita Narula (1999)
"... Bhangi practice of separating non-digested wheat from buffalo dung to make chappatis (flat bread).466 One scavenger commented: There is no health care, ..."
3. Simla Village Tales by Alice Elizabeth Dracott (1906)
"So the wicked old woman made some sweet chappatis, or hand cakes, and carried them to the well where the children used to play every day. ..."
4. Lok Sabha Debates. by India Parliament. Lok Sabha, India, Parliament, Lok Sabha (1839)
"... before proceeding to со mm ¡, a chest, takes some chappatis with him. ln ... to divert his attention he drips some pieces of the chappatis before it. ..."