Definition of 'wallah'
Example sentences containing 'wallah'
Now and then, a rickshaw wallah or an empty tonga, driver half asleep, weary horse barely moving, strayed across their path.TANK OF SERPENTS (2002) KICK BACK (2002)
On Sunday morning, he has a massage from a malish wallah with thin sinewy hands and tea-stained teeth who comes up to the house specially.A FEW SHORT NOTES ON TROPICAL BUTTERFLIES (2002)
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