chunder Dutt, however, contradicts Bunsen's assertion that the soul also is an illusion according to the Vedanta.
chunder Lal was near me, and he said to me, 'That is the signal for us to fire.
Destroy them, so chunder Shan can not use them to buy back the Devi.
But chunder Sen had his serious dangers; and those lay in the very excess of his virtues.
chunder Shan, entering his chamber, closed the door and went to his table.
chunder Shan saw recognition and intent flame up in the fierce blue eyes.
chunder Shan had never seen a man like him; he was not an Easterner, but some barbarian from the West.
chunder Shan led his squadron flying after the fugitive, though his head swam so he had to hold with both hands to the saddle.
Looking at the man as he stood squarely, knife in fist and eyes glaring, chunder Shan did not doubt that he was capable of it.
"I have been buying gold lace and things from chunder Dutt for a costume," she exclaimed.
Australian slang; chundered, chundering, chunders; chunders n pl
"vomit," 1950, Australian slang, of unknown origin.
A substance vomited
[probably rhyming slang Chunder Loo spew, from the name of an Australian cartoon character]