Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as agua-toad.
- n. largest known toad species; native to Central America; valuable destroyer of insect pests
“I knew it thus to be the agua toad -- _Bufa agua_.”
“Un trago de agua is a drink/swallow/mouthful of water.”
“Since Las tierras flacas deals with the author's native Los Altos, while Al filo del agua is centered in the Bajío, a rich agricultural basin between Guadalajara and Mexico City, I consider the former to be Yañez's true roman à clef.”
“One way was flotante en Sprite, another was, if I recall, in agua mineral con gas, and the third, (strange to imagine) was in vino tinto.”
“I am so sorry to see that Molina de agua is no more.”
“My experiance has been that chocolate con agua is far more commonly served in Mexican homes in Mexico, but con leche is served more commonly in Mexican homes in the U.S.”
“No sooner were our instruments unloaded and safely placed, than our mules were set at liberty to go, as they say here, para buscar agua, that is, “to search for water.””
“We find in their huts large vessels filled with this water, which serves as a beverage, and which the Indians call agua or leche de llanka.”
“No sooner were our instruments unloaded and safely placed, than our mules were set at liberty to go, as they say here, para buscar agua, that is, "to search for water.”
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Despite seven years of classes and being half-Puerto Rican.
Various names for that odorless, colorless liquid.
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