Definition of Rikishas

1. rikisha [n] - See also: rikisha



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rikishas

rigourousness
rigours
rigout
rigs
rigsdaler
rigsdalers
rijstafel
rijstafels
rijstaffel
rijsttafel
rijsttafels
rijsttaffel
rika
rike
rikisha
rikishas (current term)
rikishi
riksdaler
riksdalers
rikshaw
rikshaws
rilandite
rile
riled
riles
riley-day syndrome
rilier
riliest
rilievi
rilievo

Literary usage of Rikishas

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. John L. Stoddard's Lectures by John Lawson Stoddard (1897)
"One day, as we were rolling through the country in jin- rikishas, we saw approaching us an extraordinary apparition. ..."

2. John L. Stoddard's Lectures by John Lawson Stoddard (1897)
"One day, as we were rolling through the country in jin- rikishas, we saw approaching us an extraordinary apparition. HOTEL AT MIYANOSHITA. ..."

3. John L. Stoddard's Lectures: Illustrated and Embellished with Views of the by John Lawson Stoddard (1903)
"One day, as we were rolling through the country in jin- rikishas, we saw approaching us an extraordinary apparition. ..."

4. The Selangor Journal: Jottings Past and Present (1894)
"'rikishas will 1« licensed by the Sanitary Boards of the respective districts under Regulation No. IV. of 1804. AT 2.30 pm on Monday, the 4th, ..."

5. Japan: Aspects & Destines by W. Petrie Watson (1904)
"Soon we became part of a stream of people in which the occupiers of the rikishas were like tree-boles in a flood. There were comments upon us, friendly, ..."

6. Japan: Aspects & Destines by W. Petrie Watson (1904)
"The wheels of rikishas rattled an irregular clatter on their axle-trees before and behind us. Soon we became part of a stream of people in which the ..."

7. The New Far West and the Old Far East: Being Notes of a Tour in North by William Henry Barneby (1889)
"... and were up early and off by the 7 AM train to Utsu-no-miya (a distance of about 60 miles), whence we were to take jiu-rikishas to our ..."

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