Definition of 'Frankish'
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Only wait, said he, and the Frankish bandits would fall to quarrelling among themselves like the robbers they were.THE THIRD CLASS GENIE
`And who, Mr Bowden," asked Tweedy, `was the chief of these Frankish bandits who quarrelled among themselves over the loot?THE THIRD CLASS GENIE
In the kitchen there was a Frankish thing, a machine, which she now used with great efficiency and aplomb, called a prishur kukar.KARA KUSH
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