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  • n. Plural form of Ferrara.

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Examples

  • It had seemed to MacRae a curious thing that Dolly was the only woman of all the Ferraras.

    Poor Man's Rock

  • Hidalgo Island to rest beside the bodies of other Ferraras in a plot of ground their grandfather had taken for his own when British Columbia was

    Poor Man's Rock

  • He heard also, in that week of casual talk among the Ferraras, certain things said, statements made that suggested a possibility which never seemed to have occurred to the Ferraras themselves.

    Poor Man's Rock

  • They were of the sea, these Ferraras, Castilian Spanish, tempered and diluted by three generations in North America.

    Poor Man's Rock

  • Christmas came again, and with it the gathering of the Ferraras for their annual reunion, -- Old Manuel and Joaquin, young Manuel and Ambrose and Vincent.

    Poor Man's Rock

  • The various Ferraras disposed themselves about Peter's house to sleep, and MacRae went on to his own place.

    Poor Man's Rock

  • There were nine male Ferraras when Jack MacRae went to France. Dolores 'father was dead.

    Poor Man's Rock

  • Bernardi had been in the Duke of Ferraras service.

    The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini

  • I REMAINED for some time in the Cardinal of Ferraras palace, very well regarded in general by everybody, and much more visited even than I had previously been.

    The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini

  • Doubtless it was one of those invaluable weapons sometimes fabricated by the old Northern smiths, compared with which our modern Foxes and Ferraras and Toledos are mere leaden tools.

    The Story of Siegfried

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