dacoit

armed robbers, murderous highway-men

Dacoit

India A bandit.
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dacoit

[n] - (in India and Burma) a member of an armed gang of robbers
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dacoit

Historically a member of an armed gang of robbers, formerly active in India and Burma (now Myanmar). ...
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Dacoit

Da┬Ěcoit' (dȧ*koit') noun [ Hind. dakait , dākāyat .] One of a class of robbers, in India, who act in gangs.
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dacoit

dakoit noun a member of an armed gang of robbers
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Dacoit

• (n.) One of a class of robbers, in India, who act in gangs.
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dacoit

(from the article `India`) ...portion of the plain, where there are gullied badlands centring on the Chambal River. That area has long been famous for harbouring violent gangs ...
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Dacoit

The Dacoits were Burmese guerrillas who fled to the hills and jungle after the overthrow of Burma in 1886, and waged a desultory campaign against the British for several years.
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