Definition of Killadar

1. in India, the commandant of a fort [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Killadar

kill file
kill files
kill off
kill oneself
kill screen
kill screens
kill switch
kill the fatted calf
kill the goose that lays the golden eggs
kill the messenger
kill the rabbit
kill time
kill two birds with one stone
kill zone
killable
killadar (current term)
killadars
killalaite
killas
killases
killbot
killbots
killcow
killcows
killcrop
killcrops
killdee
killdeer
killdeer plover
killdeers

Literary usage of Killadar

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1. A Year on the Punjab Frontier, in 1848-49 by Herbert Benjamin Edwardes (1851)
"... RENEWS HIS ATTACKS—HIS MURDER OF THE SON OF THE killadar OF TAK THE HISTORY OF TAK MERGES IN THE GENERAL POLITICS OF THE PROVINCE OF DERA ISHMAEL KHAN—A ..."

2. The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington: During His Various by Arthur Wellesley Wellington (1835)
"... in different directions, all in great distress, and apparently towards their own homes. ' I hear that the party supposed to belong to the killadar of ..."

3. A Narrative of the Political and Military Transactions of British India by Henry Thoby Prinsep (1820)
"... at Talner—and storm—Loss of officers—Garrison put to the sword—killadar hanged—Sir Thomas Hislop in communica- tion with Brigadier-General Doveton. ..."

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