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  • n. Plural form of Feringhee.

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Examples

  • "The doom is easily averted, if only by slaying the two Feringhees and the woman here and now," said the short man who had stood forth as Sher

    The Path to Honour

  • The messenger, summoned into the tent, could do little more than confirm the contents of the letter, though he was able to add that of late the Agpuris had been urged by various fanatics to resist the impending rectification of frontier, and that much bad feeling had been displayed towards the Feringhees.

    The Path to Honour

  • The Mother is thirsting after the blood of the Feringhees who have bled her profusely.

    Indian Unrest

  • Those were bitter things, but they could be borne if they were mere temporary inflictions, and if the hated Feringhees would but take themselves away soon.

    The Afghan Wars 1839-42 and 1878-80

  • It was exposed there to a vicious jezail fire poured into it by the Afghans, who abandoned the pleasures of plunder and arson for the yet greater joy of slaughtering the Feringhees.

    The Afghan Wars 1839-42 and 1878-80

  • But now the tax gatherer swaggered over the land, and the people had to endure him, for at his back were the soldiers of the Feringhees and the levies of the Shah.

    The Afghan Wars 1839-42 and 1878-80

  • In the Afghan quarter no salaams greeted the conquering Feringhees, and scowling faces frowned on the spectacle from windows and side-streets.

    The Afghan Wars 1839-42 and 1878-80

  • The Feringhees can make arms that shoot long distances, and carriages that travel faster than the fastest horse, and great ships and machines.

    Rujub, the Juggler

  • The former talked in loud tones of the little force that had already started from Allahabad, and boasted how easily they would eat up the Feringhees.

    Rujub, the Juggler

  • The Feringhees have wrung nothing from the poor to be spent in pomp and display; they permit no tyranny or ill doing; under them the poorest peasant tills his fields in peace.

    Rujub, the Juggler

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