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  • n. Plural form of senorita.


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  • Months later, the visiting son was ogling senoritas from a curbside perch and picking his new Mexican guitar ..

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  • No I don't this so, Kevin has been sighted around town with a few hot "senoritas".

    Beginning Of The Reconquista?

  • As several other carriages with ladies in them, and liveried coachmen on the boxes, had passed before, and some seen coming behind, there was nothing about this one to attract particular attention; unless, indeed, the beauty of the two "senoritas" inside, which was certainly exceptional.

    The Free Lances A Romance of the Mexican Valley

  • To look upon this last have the two "senoritas," on the same morning, ascended -- soon after breakfast, which in all parts of Spanish America is eaten at the somewhat late hour of 11 a.m.

    The Flag of Distress A Story of the South Sea

  • By 1915 Americans knew all about how Villa had risen from virtual serfdom and subsequent banditry to become a leader of the Mexican Revolution against the dictatorial President Porfirio Díaz; how Villa's army repeatedly defeated better equipped, more numerous Mexican government forces; how he was feared by the rich, worshiped by the poor and loved by many senoritas.

    Pancho Villa, once a terrorist, now celebrated in New Mexico

  • A junket to an exotic Caribbean isle, a satchel full of Viagra and the toned, bronze bodies of several young, tittering senoritas lounging about a luxury beach condiminium sounds better than anything even Obama has to offer.

    Matthew Yglesias » McConnell: Hanging Out With Rush Limbaugh is Awesome

  • I'd just got a letter from her, begging as usual for me to come home and hinting as usual about the dangers of an unmarried man like me running around loose in a country full of senoritas and fandangos.


  • In Klapisch's Pot Luck, the film that made him famous in France, he starts as a rather callow student who grows, halfway through a year in Barcelona, into a beaming smoothie, senoritas dropping at his feet.

    Romain Duris: Hero or antihero?

  • They looked at me, and at each other, and one of the little senoritas said to the other, “Llame al abogado.”

    The Human Bobby

  • We had no problems making ourselves understood to cab drivers only too happy to take us "to see the girls," and I spent many an evening on a bar stool in a whorehouse, being "good" while sipping Carta Blanca beer and holding the wallets of two army buddies who were upstairs enjoying the pleasures of some very pretty senoritas.

    Sandy Goodman: "Poor Mexico, So Far From God, So Close To The United States"


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