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- n. Plural form of Sevillan.
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The Sevillans are perhaps inclined to stoutness, but that is a charm in their lover's sight, and often have a little down on the upper lip, than which, when it amounts to no more than a shadow, nothing can be more enchanting.
The Sevillans dance on every possible occasion, and nothing pleases them more than the dexterity of professionals.
Youth and beauty drive, for every one in Seville of the least pretension to gentility keeps a carriage; the Sevillans, characteristically, may live in houses void of every necessity and comfort, eating bread and water, but they will have a carriage to drive in the _paseo_.
In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries several Spanish poets, mostly Sevillans, went to Mexico.