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Definition of "thackeray" []

  • William Makepeace. 1811–63, English novelist, born in India. His novels, originally serialized, include Vanity Fair (1848), Pendennis (1850), Henry Esmond (1852), and The Newcomes (1855) (noun)

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Use "thackeray" in a sentence
  • "Voices against AICC gen secy Rahul Gandhi are increasing and MNS chief Raj thackeray is the latest to join the 'Rahul Bashing' gang."
  • "Raj thackeray questioned why Rahul Gandhi was suddenly so interested in Maharashtra and Mumbai, and even went on to call him 'Rome Putra' (son of Rome)."
  • "High time the central govt or the supreme court takes action on Muthalik and Raj thackeray."
  • "Now. .this is called "cheap" publicity and Shiv Sena (actually thackeray) crave for publicity"
  • "Time has come to merge MNS with SSBy: ranjunath | 26-Oct-2009 this poll has shown that the manoos need both Raj and bal thackeray Because of their affection towards these leaders they failed themselves to get the power which they needed I strongly hopes that this election result may open the eyes of them and it may lead to remerge of MNS and SS. which is a dream of the manoos"