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  • noun Plural form of namaste.

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Examples

  • But whenever I see our prime minister and his distinguished sidekicks drive to the airport in black cars and get out and do namastes before you in front of a TV camera and tell you about how moral and saintly India is, I have to say that thing in English.

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  • But whenever I see our prime minister and his distinguished sidekicks drive to the airport in black cars and get out and do namastes before you in front of a TV camera and tell you about how moral and saintly India is, I have to say that thing in English.

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  • I say, a family that namastes together, stays together.

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  • Ryan materialized two rows in front of me to introduce the former castoff, as Chris himself emerged and bowed a couple namastes to the crowd.

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  • Many friendly locals threw us namastes with their palms together in welcome to the town and a sadhu guy pointed us the way to the mountain behind the town where we would start the pilgrimage climb from.

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  • Or, put another way, Esurient bankers have been impeded and brought to a shuddering halt by the fugacious suffering of negative namastes and their adjuvant, callipygian twittering.

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  • We got many namastes, especially from youngsters who had holidayed in India after their military service.

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  • We got many namastes, especially from youngsters who had holidayed in India after their military service.

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  • We got many namastes, especially from youngsters who had holidayed in India after their military service.

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