wallah

[ UK /wˈɒlɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. usually in combination: person in charge of or employed at a particular thing
    the book wallah
    a kitchen wallah
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How To Use wallah In A Sentence

  • We have seen industry wallahs taking of cracking down on pirates.
  • But no mention of Food Street is complete without the cornwallahs and their pushcarts.
  • They might be medical specialists, making a field study of malaria or sweat rash, or signals wallahs testing radio equipment. TANK OF SERPENTS
  • In the search type in Graeme Wilson. on April 26, 2007 at 11: 14 am | Reply Dogwallah You Do It To Yourself (You Do) « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • Not quite ANY book, however, for the book-wallah, though analphabetic, had learned to recognize and refuse a Bible. Burmese Days
  • Then … Wallahh! your nata de coco is now ready to be used as ingredients for dessert preparations! Nata de Coco
  • Finally the bustee-wallahs agreed to stop operations and await legal judgment. Ranching, Sport and Travel
  • They were rather far off, about a mile he thinks, but he couldn't get any nearer owing to a frightful ghari-wallah with deep piasses which lay between, so he put up his ornithoptic sight for 2000 yards and 'pumped lead' into the bheesties for half-an-hour. A Holiday in the Happy Valley with Pen and Pencil
  • the book wallah
  • I slabbed some classic white frosting on top and wallah, I had myself some pretty cupcakes. PRETTY CUPCAKES
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