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Definition of Pakora
1. a small spicy cake of fried batter with vegetables or meat [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pakora
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Literary usage of Pakora
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Journal of the Polynesian Society by Polynesian Society (N.Z.) (1900)
"... pakora, te tai ki Hawaiki. TRANSLATION. O my son ! O Tupua ! crying there for food ; Thou should follow after Hongi, That he might give thee of his ..."
2. The Jummoo and Kashmir Territories: A Geographical Account by Frederic Drew (1875)
"... which may perhaps be due to some admixture of Dard blood, although the fact is not noticed or known by the people themselves. Thus, at pakora in ..."
3. Romantic Weekends the Carolinas & the Georgia Coast by Norman Renouf, Kathy Renouf (1999)
"... boti and shish kebab, fish pakora and shrimp ($6). There are all manner of Indian breads ($1.50 to $3) and numerous vegetarian dinner specials, ..."
4. The Call of the Snowy Hispar: A Narrative of Exploration and Mountaineering by William Hunter Workman, Fanny Bullock Workman, Cesare Calciati, Mathias Koncza (1911)
"... river followed till we came to a second jhula near the village of pakora. This jhula was narrower, not so strongly made, and not in so good a condition ..."