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- adj. From, or pertaining to, Andalusia
- n. Someone from Andalusia.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Belonging or pertaining to Andalusia, a large division of southern Spain, or to its inhabitants.
- n. An inhabitant of Andalusia in Spain.
- n. A variety of fowl of the Spanish type, of medium size.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. in or relating to Andalusia
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Every one has seen the enormous lop-eared rabbits exhibited at our shows; various allied sub-breeds are reared on the Continent, such as the so-called Andalusian, which is said to have a large head with a round forehead, and to attain a greater size than any other kind; another large
He was an Andalusian, which is a thorough-bred descendant of the Moosul horse, which is literally an Arab.
It is a race known as the Andalusian horse -- nearly allied to the Arabian -- and no doubt at an earlier period imported into the peninsula of Spain by the Moors.
a fan and had a camellia in her hair, and was called Andalusian, but her walk and expression were "made in England" -- a Spanish girl's expression and walk can't be got up in a day or two.
a kind of Andalusian hat, and using as a staff the long peeled branch of a tree.
Brazilian storyteller Paulo Coehlo introduces Santiago, an Andalusian shepherd boy who one night dreams of a distant treasure in the Egyptian pyramids.
He has just been arrested in the small Andalusian town of Alhaurin and is about to return to Britain to start a life sentence for a grim kidnapping that occurred in Kent in 2006 and of which he was convicted in his absence.
His theory began with the Andalusian music of cante jondo or "deep song" to the art forms of dance and bullfighting, but certainly his own poetry ripples with this irrational wind, so far from traditional metaphor and sweet artifice.
Miguel Peñalver Pablo Heras-Casado Success has come early to the 33-year-old Andalusian.
Published in Venice in 1528, La lozana andaluza The Lusty Andalusian is the rags-to-riches story of a young woman from Cordoba who, after a series of amorous adventures, escapes to Rome and sets up an enormously successful prostitution business that enables her to retire, rich and celebrated.
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