Definition for kumasi (2 of 2)
noun, plural A·shan·tis, (especially collectively) A·shan·ti for 2.
Examples from the Web for kumasi
“And now for Kumasi,” said Dick, as he and his men threw themselves on the ground and prepared to sleep.
But these men of Kumasi had long since had all such feelings driven from their breasts.
The most imposing building in Kumasi is the fort, built in 1896.
I was taken towards Kumasi, the place where slaves are killed in the house of execution, and I knew that death was before me.
Three days afterwards the Kumasi warriors attacked a party of Hausa sent with the chief object of discovering the golden stool.