from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See toreador.
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It's done to some rousing marching torreador music.
The lanky Venezuelan's plan was to play torreador to Mahyar's bull-like offense using his reach and southpaw stance but was, in fact, drawn into a bloody toe-to-toe slugfest at close range, the Frenchman's favorite territory.