Definition of Indabas
1. indaba [n] - See also: indaba
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indabas
Literary usage of Indabas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sessional Papers (1902)
"It appears to my Directors that no one could study exhaustively the reports of these indabas without perceiving that the policy of the Chief Native ..."
2. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1911)
"The influence of the Duke's presence &nd of his speeches at indabas must have been considerable also on those native peoples who regard their future ..."
3. Fighting the Slave-hunters in Central Africa: A Record of Twenty-six Years by Alfred James Swann (1910)
"The usual mysterious and irritating preliminaries in all these indabas went on for some time. They love to make mountains out of mole-hills, ..."
4. A Guide to the Best Fiction in English by Ernest Albert ( Baker (1913)
"274, Sword and Assegai. Scarron, Paul, 10, Adventures of Covent Garden. — 432, John-a-Dreams. — 298, Little indabas. — 343, In Guiana Wilds. ..."