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  • n. Plural form of dulcinea.


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  • Their office was, never to quit them in public, and never to approach them in private; to be their squires upon all occasions, and, in jousts and tournaments, to adorn their lances, their housings, and their coats, with the cyphers and the colours of their dulcineas.

    Court Memoirs of France Series — Complete

  • There was something too, in the dress of the people, both men and women, which agreed with, while differing from, the dress of the mountaineers and their now absent Indian dulcineas.

    The River of the West

  • _dulcineas_ who, custom decrees, may not be courted save in the presence of _duennas_.

    The Girl of the Golden West


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