Ambari



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The two instigators of this mutiny were Bombay and a savage, named ambari.
Stanley’s Adventures in the Wilds of Africa Joel Tyler Headley and William Fletcher Johnson

noun (pl) -ries, -ris
a tropical Asian malvaceous plant, Hibiscus cannabinus, that yields a fibre similar to jute
the fibre derived from this plant

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