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sena

/ˈseɪnɑː/
noun
1.
(in India) the army: used in the names of certain paramilitary political organizations
Word Origin
Hindi
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  • “Whoso speaks with a drunken man is himself an offender,” said sena.

    The Pharaoh and the Priest Alexander Glovatski
  • So they pushed the dogs back to the sena at the fastest gait to which they could urge them.

    Bobby of the Labrador Dillon Wallace
  • It's a man's work at this season, hunting at the sena, and a strong man's work, too.

    Bobby of the Labrador Dillon Wallace
  • They were away to the sena, and the Great Adventure, at last.

    Bobby of the Labrador Dillon Wallace
  • The latter met him near the city of sena but did not immediately open engagement with him.

  • The camp of the other consul was near sena, and Hasdrubal's position was about five hundred paces from it.

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