Definitions

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  • noun Spanish painter (1617-1682)

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Murillo is known in Asia to be a second-rate producer knocking off designs here and there.

    Stylish Rack For All of You Wine Lovers

  • Murillo is a company whose business is something that runs in the family as skills were passed on from the father to the two suns currently managing the firm.

    Tour Eiffel Lamp

  • A Murillo, that is, whose hair was often in disorder, who wore heavy shoes and clumsily cut dresses, which left her without any figure.

    The Fat and the Thin

  • Limon, who said he regretted his failure to inform the board, called Murillo "an exemplary employee" who had "turned his life around."

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  • Limon, who said he regretted his failure to inform the board, called Murillo "an exemplary employee" who had "turned his life around."

    Brownsville Herald :

  • Limon, who said he regretted his failure to inform the board, called Murillo "an exemplary employee" who had "turned his life around."

    Brownsville Herald :

  • Limon, who said he regretted his failure to inform the board, called Murillo "an exemplary employee" who had "turned his life around."

    Brownsville Herald :

  • The "Murillo," a Spanish screw steamer, was adjudged to have been the offender in the case; but, as it could not be legally proved, the captain escaped punishment.

    Grace Darling Heroine of the Farne Islands

  • My first journey was to Woolwich, whence I took all that I might ever require in the way of mechanism; thence to the National Gallery, where I cut from their frames the 'Vision of St. Helena,' Murillo's 'Boy

    The Purple Cloud

  • It was at that time that he received the name of "Murillo" by which he is known.

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