Definition of Jungli

1. an uneducated peasant [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jungli

jungle fowl
jungle gym
jungle hen
jungle nymph
jungle rot
jungle telegraph
jungle telegraphs
jungle yellow fever
jungled
junglefowl
junglegym
junglegyms
jungleless
junglelike
jungles
jungli (current term)
junglier
jungliest
junglis
junglism
junglist
junglists
jungly
jungyo
junin virus
junior
junior(a)
junior-college
junior-grade
junior bridesmaid

Literary usage of Jungli

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1. The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1890)
"... by name Myrza jungli, was under the necessity of flying from his native country, and did seek protection from a certain Mahomedan lord, called Myrza ..."

2. Writings and Speeches by Edmund Burke (1901)
"... by name Mirza jungli, was under the necessity of flying from his native country, and did seek protection from a certain Mahometan lord called Mirza ..."

3. The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1857)
"... by name Myrza jungli, was under the necessity of flying from his native country, and did seek protection from a certain Mahomedan lord, called Myrza ..."

4. The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1901)
"... but wishing again to be received under the protection of the British government, the said Mirza jungli, in 1783, did apply to the said Resident Bristow, ..."

5. Days and Nights of Shikar by W. W. Baillie (1921)
"jungli Billi said that we must start out very early to look for bison, certainly not ... jungli Billi was disappointed. He said if I would come out in three ..."

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