Definition of Subedars

1. Noun. (plural of subedar) ¹



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Definition of Subedars

1. subedar [n] - See also: subedar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subedars

subduing
subdulcid
subduple
subduplicate
subdural
subdural hematoma
subdurally
subdwarf
subdwarfs
subdynamics
subecho
subechoes
subeconomies
subeconomy
subedar
subedars (current term)
subedarship
subedarships
subedit
subedited
subediting
subeditor
subeditorial
subeditors
subedits
subefficient
subellipsoid
subelongate
subempire
subempires

Literary usage of Subedars

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1. Mysore and Coorg, a gazetteer by Benjamin Lewis Rice (1878)
"The subedars shall take cognizance of all suits arising within their respective ... In trying and determining suits, the subedars shall be assisted by the ..."

2. Journal of the Statistical Society of London by Statistical Society (Great Britain) (1847)
"was 1340, and in 1844-5 the number was 1583 ; in the former year, 78 subedars or Native captains, in the latter 126; the average period of service before ..."

3. Memoirs and Correspondence of Major-General Sir William Nott by William Nott, Joachim Hayward Stocqueler (1854)
"I had received instructions from the brigadier to increase the number of infantry, if I thought it necessary. I did so, with a subedars party, consisting of ..."

4. The Indian Forester (1901)
"was referred to the subedars for their opinion, which has, " perhaps, not yet been received." " I much regret to state that the Forest Law, ..."

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