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  • n. Plural form of tertulia.

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Examples

  • Buñuel, Dalí and Lorca used to meet here for martinis; and architects, designers, painters, scribblers and musos still meet here for tertulias public debates in its chandeliered and mirrored, faded decadent ambience.

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  • The frequent holidays afford them an outlet, and indoors they constantly see their friends and kindred at their tertulias.

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  • Alhambra, and frequents the evening tertulias of Dame Antonia, tells some fanciful traditions about three Moorish princesses, who were once shut up in this tower by their father, a tyrant king of

    The Alhambra

  • Some of these I have heard her relate in the evening tertulias of Dame Antonia, at which she is occasionally a humble attendant.

    The Alhambra

  • The time for visiting is in the evening, when there are numbers of impromptu conversaziones -- or tertulias, as they are called -- of which the Dons are very fond, and in which very many of their evenings are passed.

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  • As for the ladies, many of them might be taken for princesses in summer, but their winter tertulias are on a level with a porter's lodge where they play _julepe_.

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  • At the _tertulias_ his mother attended evenings in his company, it was enough for him to recite a fable or get off some piece of learning characteristic of a studious child eager to bring his school work into the conversation, for the women to rush upon him and smother him with kisses.

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  • The frequent holidays afford them an outlet, and indoors they constantly see their friends and kindred at their _tertulias.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • The balls, the _tertulias_, the _dias de campo_, were alike insipid and tiresome.

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  • There are now three tertulias in the week at the houses of the diplomates.

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