Definitions

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  • noun dated, in India A potentate (sometimes used as a term of respect)

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Examples

  • “Please, huzoor, it is more private to talk here!”

    An Atlas of Impossible Longing

  • “Please, huzoor, it is more private to talk here!”

    An Atlas of Impossible Longing

  • “Please, huzoor, it is more private to talk here!”

    An Atlas of Impossible Longing

  • So there was more oath-swearing, and Sher Afzul finished up in excellent humour, vowing it was an honour to the Gilzais to serve such a splendid warrior as Flashman huzoor, who had accounted for four enemies single-handed (Iqbal being conveniently forgotten), and who would forever be dear to the Gilzais for his courage and magnanimity.

    Flashman

  • Your wound is paining you, and you need rest, Flashman huzoor.

    Flashman

  • "See, huzoor, a better target than little pegs!" and pointed towards a pariah dog which was snuffling about some fifty yards away.

    Flashman

  • Carry him to McNaghten huzoor, as a sign of his father's faith!

    Flashman

  • Iqbal, being a Pathan and loving a fight, gave a yell of delight, "Come on, huzoor!" and went for them.

    Flashman

  • I heard the thuds as the blows struck, and Iqbal shouting: "Huzoor! huzoor!" and then the ponies parted and the struggling men crashed into the dust.

    Flashman

  • Iqbal, being a Pathan and loving a fight, gave a yell of delight, "Come on, huzoor!" and went for them.

    Flashman

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