- n. India A ravine; a steep cleft in a hillside.
- From Hindi खड्ड (khaḍḍ). (Wiktionary)
“khud," we could slip out suddenly and easily, leaving the driver and the ponies to be dashed to pieces by themselves!”
“Z: Twirling his moustache, Z says the following with dramatic flair, doing his best Clint Eastwood "Man with No Name" impression Zardari ke taap se tumhe ek hi aadmi bacha sakta hai, ek hi aadmi, khud Zardari.”
“Tere khwaabon ko geheno ki tarah khud par saja lenge”
“It was very clear in the source of the patch, anyone with a little base of programming can do it. reply khud”
“Jin baaton ko khud na samjhe auron ko samjhaya hai”
“If there is, the coolies have thrown it down the khud, so thatt is all right.”
“Yesterday he got one leg well over the khud -- I WAS thankful he had four.”
“I expected nothing less than to be promptly hurled down the khud, with”
“The occupants had had an escape from total wreck, as one of the ponies had swerved over the khud, but the other saved the situation by lying down in the mud!”
“The road now led steadily upward, leaving an ever-increasing slope (or khud) between it and the river, until it attained a height of over a thousand feet, when, turning to the left, it swung over the watershed, and began to descend into the valley of the Kishenganga.”
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