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Definition of "gaddi" [gaddi]

  • A cushion on a throne for a prince in India (noun)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "gaddi" in a sentence
  • "They allege that a big temple is being constructed in place of a small 100-year-old Durga 'gaddi' (temple) that was recently demolished."
  • "If you are not feeling hungry and looking for a bit of an escape, take a 'gaddi' (vehicle), ask your driver to put on a Bollywood number (he is sure to have the latest CDs), and go on a safari to one of the game parks Kenya is famous for."
  • "Seven years in the making, Emperor Shah Jahan thought as he ascended the three steps to the Peacock Throne and sank down on the main gaddi —a mattress thickly stuffed with cotton and upholstered in red velvet embroidered in gold zari and minute pearls."
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