Definition of Shikaris

1. Noun. (plural of shikari) ¹



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Definition of Shikaris

1. shikari [n] - See also: shikari

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shikaris

shigellae
shigellas
shigelloses
shigellosis
shigram
shigrams
shihon-bashira
shiitake
shiitake mushroom
shiitakes
shijo
shikar
shikaree
shikarees
shikari
shikaris (current term)
shikarred
shikarring
shikars
shikimate
shikimate dehydrogenase
shikimate kinase
shikimates
shikimic
shikimic acid
shikimic acid pathway
shikiri
shikiri-sen
shikkaree
shikkarees

Literary usage of Shikaris

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1. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by Sir William Wilson Hunter (1885)
"... natives of Maskat (Muscat), Zanzibar, and Abyssinia, who until the British Conquest were bought and sold as slaves. (4) The shikaris or ..."

2. Sport and Travel in the Far East by Joseph Clark Grew (1910)
"... other things which would be needed during the three months of mountain-work ahead. With all this, there were the shikaris to choose, and a dozen or so ..."

3. In and Beyond the Himálayas: A Record of Sport and Travel in the Abode of Snow by Samuel James Stone (1896)
"... mud bangla—Arrange for the shooting—Old Tashi—Treatment of native shikaris—Hardiness of ... shikaris ..."

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