of or relating to Bengal; Bengali.
a native or inhabitant of Bengal; Bengali.
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How to use Bengalese in a sentence
I rush from the boat races to the Rugby field and from there to a date with a Bengalese beauty who lectures on Wordsworth.
Their only arms are spears: but they use iron-shod implements of agriculture, which the Bengalese often do not.The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies | Robert Gordon Latham
The material is cotton of their own growth, and they are better clothed than the mass of the Bengalese.The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies | Robert Gordon Latham
A Bengalese army marched upon and captured the town, taking prisoner all the English who had not escaped to their ships.Famous Men and Great Events of the Nineteenth Century | Charles Morris
Vina, the principal national instrument of the Hindus, also known as the Bengalese vina, strung with wire.Musical Myths and Facts, Volume I (of 2) | Carl Engel
All these things were duly repeated to the revolutionary government by Louis Zamore, her Bengalese servant.Superwomen | Albert Payson Terhune