Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A city of southern Peru in the Andes east-southeast of Lima. Founded according to legend by Manco Capac around the 12th century, it became the center of the vast Inca Empire and was rebuilt by the Spanish after its plunder by Francisco Pizarro in 1533.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a town in the Andes in southern Peru; formerly the capital of the Inca empire

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • Maybe our tentatively planned trip to Lima, Cuzco and Machu Picchu next year will clear the air except, as I understand it, there is very little of what we fondly refer to as air in Cuzco at 12,000 feet and in fact I am feeling queasy just thinking about going there even though our home in San Cristóbal is already at 7,000 feet and now I´m beginning to worry about that as well.

    You Don�t Need a Weatherman

  • Maybe our tentatively planned trip to Lima, Cuzco and Machu Picchu next year will clear the air except, as I understand it, there is very little of what we fondly refer to as air in Cuzco at 12,000 feet and in fact I am feeling queasy just thinking about going there even though our home in San Cristóbal is already at 7,000 feet and now I´m beginning to worry about that as well.

    You Don�t Need a Weatherman

  • Maybe our tentatively planned trip to Lima, Cuzco and Machu Picchu next year will clear the air except, as I understand it, there is very little of what we fondly refer to as air in Cuzco at 12,000 feet and in fact I am feeling queasy just thinking about going there even though our home in San Cristóbal is already at 7,000 feet and now I´m beginning to worry about that as well.

    You Don�t Need a Weatherman

  • Maybe our tentatively planned trip to Lima, Cuzco and Machu Picchu next year will clear the air except, as I understand it, there is very little of what we fondly refer to as air in Cuzco at 12,000 feet and in fact I am feeling queasy just thinking about going there even though our home in San Cristóbal is already at 7,000 feet and now I´m beginning to worry about that as well.

    You Don�t Need a Weatherman

  • Maybe our tentatively planned trip to Lima, Cuzco and Machu Picchu next year will clear the air except, as I understand it, there is very little of what we fondly refer to as air in Cuzco at 12,000 feet and in fact I am feeling queasy just thinking about going there even though our home in San Cristóbal is already at 7,000 feet and now I´m beginning to worry about that as well.

    You Don�t Need a Weatherman

  • Maybe our tentatively planned trip to Lima, Cuzco and Machu Picchu next year will clear the air except, as I understand it, there is very little of what we fondly refer to as air in Cuzco at 12,000 feet and in fact I am feeling queasy just thinking about going there even though our home in San Cristóbal is already at 7,000 feet and now I´m beginning to worry about that as well.

    You Don�t Need a Weatherman

  • Maybe our tentatively planned trip to Lima, Cuzco and Machu Picchu next year will clear the air except, as I understand it, there is very little of what we fondly refer to as air in Cuzco at 12,000 feet and in fact I am feeling queasy just thinking about going there even though our home in San Cristóbal is already at 7,000 feet and now I´m beginning to worry about that as well.

    You Don�t Need a Weatherman

  • Maybe our tentatively planned trip to Lima, Cuzco and Machu Picchu next year will clear the air except, as I understand it, there is very little of what we fondly refer to as air in Cuzco at 12,000 feet and in fact I am feeling queasy just thinking about going there even though our home in San Cristóbal is already at 7,000 feet and now I´m beginning to worry about that as well.

    You Don�t Need a Weatherman

  • Maybe our tentatively planned trip to Lima, Cuzco and Machu Picchu next year will clear the air except, as I understand it, there is very little of what we fondly refer to as air in Cuzco at 12,000 feet and in fact I am feeling queasy just thinking about going there even though our home in San Cristóbal is already at 7,000 feet and now I´m beginning to worry about that as well.

    You Don�t Need a Weatherman

  • Maybe our tentatively planned trip to Lima, Cuzco and Machu Picchu next year will clear the air except, as I understand it, there is very little of what we fondly refer to as air in Cuzco at 12,000 feet and in fact I am feeling queasy just thinking about going there even though our home in San Cristóbal is already at 7,000 feet and now I´m beginning to worry about that as well.

    You Don�t Need a Weatherman

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.