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  • n. Plural form of khitmatgar.

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Examples

  • Plate, wines, crockery, and khitmatgars carefully calculated to scale of Rs. 6000 per mensem, less Exchange.

    Soldiers Three

  • Plate, wines, crockery, and khitmatgars carefully calculated to scale of Rs. 6000 per mensem, less

    The Story of the Gadsbys

  • The demands of Society are exhausting, and as Mrs. Delville says, -- 'Here Mrs. Hauksbee, to the horror of the khitmatgars, lapsed into a series of grunts, while Mrs. Mallowe stared in lazy surprise.

    Under the Deodars

  • He sat down opposite me, and immediately one of his two servants, or _khitmatgars_, as they are called, retired, and came back bearing a priceless goblet and flask of the purest old Venetian mould.

    Mr. Isaacs

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