- n. Plural form of aficionado.
“Now, for Chapalaberta meat aficionados from the Frozen Tundra who think a good steak should bark at them when placed on the grill, I must point out that Bubba stated the beef should be "greyish" not "green" which is not good.”
“Among the excellent resources available to autumn leaf aficionados is the Forest Services fall foliage hotline, which offers region-by-region information, including predictions of leaf colors, foliage peaks and tips for scenic drives.”
“Joan's big secret, which will come as no surprise to soap opera aficionados, is that she is pregnant.”
“Especially popular amongst aficionados is the Jean Goldkette Orchestra featuring highly regarded Bix Beiderbecke on the coronet.”
“Latin American aficionados can design their own luxury holidays, relying on Kuoni's Personal Travel Experts to tailor-make inspired itineraries for the ultimate flexible adventure.”
“I am sure many of your long term aficionados feel the same and are grateful that the latest Bad Robot production is finally here to mesmerize and entertain the world.”
“For true risk aficionados, that is a tempting reward for sticking with the airlines through one of the toughest environments they have experienced.”
“Together, the U.S. and Brazil account for some 72 percent of the world's 50 billion liters of fuel alcohol, and to hear it from the aficionados, that is only a drop in the glass.”
“The buying panic is not limited to people you might be described as aficionados or even”
“Crossword aficionados will be familiar with the clue: "Greek marketplace" (five letters).”
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