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  • adj. Archaic form of Nepalese.
  • n. Archaic form of Nepalese.

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Examples

  • A very unique and beautifully carved edifice is the Nepaulese temple; but the carvings are unfit for popular inspection.

    Around the World on a Bicycle - Volume II From Teheran To Yokohama

  • As he left the country the Nepaulese ambassador arrives, returning from Pekin with large escort and bound for Lhassa: the ambassador half demented: and Meares, who speaks many languages, is begged by ambassador and escort to accompany the party.

    Scott's Last Expedition Volume I

  • I stood there, a single white man, armed only with one revolver, answerable for the lives of two English ladies, and accompanied by a cringing out-caste Ghoorka cook and half-a-dozen doubtful Nepaulese bearers.

    Hilda Wade, a Woman with Tenacity of Purpose

  • We took dozens, as we went along, of little villages on our route, wood-built villages with quaint houses and turrets; and as Hilda had brought her collection of prints with her, for comparison of the Indian and Nepaulese monuments, we spent the evenings after our short day's march each day in arranging and collating them.

    Hilda Wade, a Woman with Tenacity of Purpose

  • Your Nepaulese is by nature a beast of burden; he can carry anything up and down the mountains, and spends his life in the act of carrying.

    Hilda Wade, a Woman with Tenacity of Purpose

  • The deferential Nepaulese did not wait to be asked.

    Hilda Wade, a Woman with Tenacity of Purpose

  • Nepaulese approached us from the hills, with cat-like tread, and stood before me in an attitude of profound supplication.

    Hilda Wade, a Woman with Tenacity of Purpose

  • I was glad when he told us of it, giving the place the name of a well-known Nepaulese village; for, to say the truth, I was beginning to get frightened.

    Hilda Wade, a Woman with Tenacity of Purpose

  • I did not wish to emulate St. Bartholomew and others of the early Christian martyrs; so I was pleased to learn that we were really drawing near to Kulak, the first of the Nepaulese Buddhist monasteries to which our well-informed guide, himself a Buddhist, had promised to introduce us.

    Hilda Wade, a Woman with Tenacity of Purpose

  • Among the crowd, soldiers of many uniforms -- British infantry, Rifles, Highlanders, artillery and cavalry, sinewy Sikhs, and quiet little Nepaulese -- wandered at will or worked in fatigue parties.

    In Times of Peril

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