Definition of Junglis

1. jungli [n] - See also: jungli



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Junglis

jungle nymph
jungle rot
jungle telegraph
jungle telegraphs
jungle yellow fever
jungled
junglefowl
junglegym
junglegyms
jungleless
junglelike
jungles
jungli
junglier
jungliest
junglis (current term)
junglism
junglist
junglists
jungly
jungyo
junin virus
junior
junior(a)
junior-college
junior-grade
junior bridesmaid
junior college
junior colleges

Literary usage of Junglis

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1. Report of the Commission Appointed by the President to Investigate the by Grenville Mellen Dodge (1899)
"For the transportation of the sick and wounded by sea the steamship John JUnglis was purchased, thoroughly refitted, after some delay, with all modern ..."

2. The Oriental Herald and Journal of General Literature by James Silk Buckingham (1826)
"... au old and experienced general, who had been sent down from Ava to introduce a new system of conducting the war, was stockaded in ihe junglis at ..."

3. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Völkerkunde (1894)
"... Lockrufe verschiedener Vögel nach, wobei sie zuweilen kurze Pfeifen oder ihre Finger zu Hülfe nahmen. Zum Schluss zeigten die junglis, wie sie bei dem ..."

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