from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See shikaree.


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  • We then had a talk with our shekarry, sent a man off to bring provisions for the people out with us, and then set them to work cutting sticks and grass to make a circle of fires.

    Tales of Daring and Danger

  • Simmonds and I were on the back of an elephant, which was our joint property; our shekarry, a capital fellow, was on foot beside us, and with the native trotting on ahead as guide we went off at the best pace of old Begaum, for that was the elephant's name.

    Tales of Daring and Danger

  • In another five minutes I had begun to climb down the watercourse -- the shekarry following me.

    Tales of Daring and Danger

  • One day the fellow who always carried my spare gun or flask, and who was a sort of shekarry in a small way, told me he had heard that a farmer, whose house stood near the edge of the

    Tales of Daring and Danger


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