noun, plural chais [she] /ʃɛ/. French.
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We laughed about getting lost in New York City and had chai.
I wear my tzitzit and my chai necklace proudly in photographs.Prop 8’s Aftermath: With Gay Rights, Religion Still Lags|Sir Ari Gold|February 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Chai Trivedi Pranna, New York I cooked for Tyra Banks last week on the fly.
They bring Xerox samosas wrapped in paper; they offer him chai.
This time when he was brought to the station in handcuffs there were no courtesies, no cups of chai.
But "Can chai la fueilla" is very cleverly made with five, six, and four and seven.Instigations|Ezra Pound
An official, named Chai, was appointed to a post at Jao-chou, and on his way thither crossed the Po-yang lake.
My juwa had almost scratched an eye out of the Hindity mushi, and my chai had sent the Hindity childer scampering over the green.Wild Wales|George Borrow
"Karim" was still sounding, when I heard a different strain, "Chai chai kirna cha-ee," which was sung in a sonorous nasal voice.
On the Chai Pass the two aneroids I had on me registered an altitude of 11,190 feet.In the Forbidden Land|Arnold Henry Savage Landor