sambar

[ UK /sˈæmbɑː/ ]
NOUN
  1. a deer of southern Asia with antlers that have three tines
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How To Use sambar In A Sentence

  • The third day, our guide took us to a place where a pair of tigers had killed a sambar (Indian deer) a couple of days ago.
  • An automatic arrival is the sambar, a vegetable sauce/soup based on yellow dal, tamarind and vegetables.
  • Many of them are anecdotal and the poem, ‘Making Sambar’ could well have been featured as a ‘middle’ on the editorial page of a newspaper.
  • Visitors watched them in broad daylight lunging at sambar in lakes, relaxing on roadsides, teaching cubs to stalk and even stealing deer carcasses from the mouths of mugger crocodiles in the lakes.
  • Neelgai, sambar, cheetah, langur, porcupine and rabbit roam in abundance, while hyena, jackal, wild boar and a variety of birds including migratory ones have made Sariska a tourist's delight.
  • The distinctive alarm calls of sambar and chital deer are one way of locating prowling tigers. Times, Sunday Times
  • The stillness was abruptly shattered by a loud alarm call from a sambar deer.
  • We were shown the clean and modern kitchen where, in huge vats, rice and sambar were cooked for distribution to 43,000 schoolchildren.
  • To prepare thicker sambar, increase the quantity of dhal.
  • The rest of the time we did nothing - gorged on pongal and sambar, and more sambar.
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