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I was overpowered by feelings of the most disagreeable kind the first time I used a palanquin.
A handsomely ornamented boat awaited us at the bank of the river, and on the other side a palanquin.
For a palanquin, it is necessary to engage eight bearers, besides several for the luggage.
After a while she grew nervous, for she was all alone, and put her head out of the palanquin and looked about her.
Doa Laura had stepped into her palanquin, which was immediately closed upon her.
Presently up the bazaar came a gorgeous palanquin like those in which ladies of rank are carried about.
Your servant is a poor man, and he saw no more till the runners went away with the palanquin.
SIX WOMENVICTORIA CROSS
We also noticed, on entering the church, a palanquin shaped affair at one side of the door.
Another period of delay, fear, and anxiety, and the palanquin with the infant arrived.
My saints, but I pity 'im as 'elps Terence out o' the palanquin when 'e's once fair drunk!'
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WORDS RELATED TO PALANQUIN

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propinquitynoun | [proh-ping-kwi-tee ]SEE DEFINITION
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