noun, plural Kash·mir·is, (especially collectively) Kash·mir·i.
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Words nearby Kashmiri
Example sentences from the Web for Kashmiri
Compare the British pillory of Tebbit with the reaction in India to the Kashmiri students.India Row Evokes Cricket’s Ultranationalist Tebbit Test|Tunku Varadarajan|March 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The death of bin Laden, Kashmiri, and now Attiyah leave the Al Qaeda core in Pakistan badly wounded.
Adds a European intelligence officer: “Kashmiri is the most important guy linking al Qaeda with Western recruits.”Al Qaeda Commander Ilyas Kashmiri Killed in U.S. Predator Strike|Ron Moreau & Sami Yousafzai, Christopher Dickey|June 4, 2011|DAILY BEAST
This is not the first time Kashmiri has been reported killed by a drone attack; he has reappeared after claims of his demise.
Kashmiri would have played an important role in helping al Qaeda recover from bin Laden's demise.
He was bargaining shrewdly with a beautiful Kashmiri, and receiving as good as he gave.The Great Mogul|Louis Tracy
The Kashmiri is an intelligent and clever carpenter, though in accordance with his character he lacks accuracy and finish.
Sanskrit has been actively studied for many centuries, and the Kashmiri vocabulary, and even its grammar, are now largely Indian.
There are, however, a few good Kashmiri works written by Mussulmans in their own dialect.
Yet apart from this, the ordinary Kashmiri villager is not an attractive being.