noun plural -rees or -ris

a native Australian

Word Origin for murree

C19: from a native Australian language
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Contemporary Examples of murree

Historical Examples of murree

  • There has been nothing but giving up ever since we came from Murree.

  • We leave the summer station Murree behind us, and now the snow-clad mountains at Gulmarg are visible.

  • It is impossible for a human being to visit any station between Naini Tal and Murree without remarking this warbler.

  • The 17th Regiment had spent the summer in the Murree Hills, where it had been carefully trained for the work that lay before it.

    A Soldier's Life

    Edwin G. Rundle

  • He had not crossed and had to go back to Murree minus everything including servants.