Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Plural form of manzanilla.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • "manzanillas," which serve as food to the Indians in certain parts of

    Godfrey Morgan A Californian Mystery

  • It's not an obvious summer aperitif but I tend to drink more finos and manzanillas when the sun shines than in the winter months.

    Sherry's Joyous Value

  • Finos and manzanillas are the lightest and driest.

    Sherry's Joyous Value

  • And he set to work to gather the manzanillas, and eat them greedily.

    Godfrey Morgan A Californian Mystery

  • The small stream meandering through the grassy carpet gave a healthy freshness to its borders, and thereon grew shrubs of different kinds; myrtles, mastic bushes, and among others a quantity of manzanillas, which gave promise of a large crop of their wild apples.

    Godfrey Morgan A Californian Mystery

  • Not only are finos and manzanillas perfect summer drinking, light and elegant, refreshing to the palate, they're also very reasonably priced for the quality they offer: even most of the supermarket own-brands are perfectly respectable.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Other wildflowers that paint the forest landscape include manzanillas (or Asters and their relatives, as they're called north of the border), faralillos (columbines), orchids (orchídeas), spectacular bromeliads (cirulenches and gallos), nubes (sweet herbs), ferns (helechos), gallitos (spider plants), the indian paint-brushes (Castilleja spp.), wild marigolds (Tagetes spp.) and many others.

    Wildflower hunting in Durango

  • Other wildflowers that paint the forest landscape include manzanillas (or Asters and their relatives, as they're called north of the border), faralillos (columbines), orchids (orchídeas), spectacular bromeliads (cirulenches and gallos), nubes (sweet herbs), ferns (helechos), gallitos (spider plants), the indian paint-brushes (Castilleja spp.), wild marigolds (Tagetes spp.) and many others.

    Wildflower hunting in Durango

  • Personally, I love the stuff when it’s fresh (in particular finos and manzanillas), i.e., from a recently opened bottle.

    Is sherry’s retro image ripe for a makeover? On public radio’s Marketplace | Dr Vino's wine blog

Comments

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