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  • n. Plural form of jinrikisha.

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Examples

  • When you get ashore there are hundreds of little vehicles called jinrikishas, which look something like baby carriages with only one seat and an umbrella.

    A Soldier in the Philippines

  • In the morning, we walked up the hill and had a magnificent view; we left early in jinrikishas for a long day's programme.

    Travels in the Far East

  • We took jinrikishas for quite a long ride, and then arrived at

    Travels in the Far East

  • At every point on the heights there are features to impress one, as we found the afternoon of our arrival, when we took jinrikishas to visit

    Travels in the Far East

  • We left our jinrikishas at the foot of the hill and walked up a long, high lane called Teapot Street because in all the little shops bordering the thoroughfare china and teapots are displayed, forming the favorite purchases of the country people who frequent this temple.

    Travels in the Far East

  • We drove on to the village, adjacent to the Summer Palace, where we took jinrikishas for a ride of about two miles, following along the outskirts of the Summer Palace.

    Travels in the Far East

  • We had various means of transportation during the day, jinrikishas, trains, and a short railway trip which was highly picturesque, the line running along just above the dashing river.

    Travels in the Far East

  • OSAKA, _April 13th_: The next morning dawned brightly, and we left in jinrikishas for a general tour, first visiting the fort where stands a noted castle, very picturesque in appearance.

    Travels in the Far East

  • While there were carriage drives, this was our first introduction to the jinrikishas, and we found them most convenient and a novelty; only there was an uncomfortable feeling that the jinrikisha man in Ceylon was too slight for his occupation.

    Travels in the Far East

  • After wandering through a few native streets, we took jinrikishas and visited the heights above.

    Travels in the Far East

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