Definition of Mangals

1. Noun. (plural of mangal) ¹



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Definition of Mangals

1. mangal [n] - See also: mangal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mangals

maneuvring
manfriend
manful
manfully
manfulness
manfulnesses
mang
manga
mangabey
mangabeys
mangabies
mangaby
mangaka
mangakas
mangal
mangals (current term)
mangan-
manganapatite
manganarsite
manganate
manganates
manganbabingtonite
manganbelyankinite
manganberzeliite
manganesate
manganesates
manganese
manganese-55
manganese bronze
manganese nodule

Literary usage of Mangals

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1. Eastern Life and Scenery: With Excursions in Asia Minor, Mytilene, Crete by Mary Adelaide Walker (1886)
"Concerning mangals.—The Origin of the Deluge.— The Old 'Woman of Knf a.—Carrier Pigeons, and the Fate of Yezid and ..."

2. Khartoum Campaign, 1898, Or, The Re-conquest of the Soudan by Bennet Burleigh (1899)
"Fortunately, early intimation of the mangals' hostile intentions reached Fort ... with a handful of soldiers, drove before them a large body of mangals, ..."

3. The Afghan War of 1879-80 by Howard Hensman (1881)
"It is impossible to foretell when an attack will be made; but so serious did the chance seem yesterday, of large numbers of the mangals coming down in this ..."

4. A Scientific Frontier; Or, The Danger of a Russian Invasion of India by John Dacosta (1891)
"The task being over, there remained only two alternatives— either to fight the mangals or to retire. The latter course was decided on; the enemy were in ..."

5. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1885)
"... but amongst some tribes of the mangals, headed by one Sadu Khan, a noted freebooter. It appears that Muhammad Hasan Khan, ex-governor of ..."

6. Across the Border: Or Pathan and Biloch by Edward Emmerson Oliver (1890)
"... is one ruling that an unarmed Jadran is liable to be fined an ox, to be eaten in full tribal assembly. The mangals—possibly hailing from ..."

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