from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See khitmutgar.
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But the entrance of the kitmutgar with a note brought him swiftly to his feet.
Here it was discovered that the oil had been disappearing with miraculous celerity, and Amar Singh cast aspersions on the _kitmutgar_ and his wife.
He set her down at the breakfast-table, himself poured out her tea, and dismissed the kitmutgar as soon as might be, Honor watching him the while with troubled solicitude in her eyes.
When we arrived the snake-killing was over, and the boys were all refreshing themselves with large cheroots purloined from the dining-room on their behalf by a friendly kitmutgar.
_kilter_ with scant hope of success, bestrewed the wet earth on all sides of him with canned fruits, sardines, greasy jharrons, and crumpled wads of newspaper: till at length, like Hope out of Pandora's casket, there came forth from an unsuspicious-looking bundle of clothes half a bottle of brandy, stowed carefully away by the kitmutgar, for private ends best known to himself.