Definition of Blanco

1. to coat a military belt [v -ED, -ING, -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blanco

blanch holdings
blanched
blanched almond
blanched almonds
blancher
blanchers
blanches
blanching
blanching agent
blanchingly
blancmange
blancmanger
blancmangers
blancmanges
blancmangey
blanco (current term)
blancoed
blancoing
blancos
bland
bland diet
bland embolism
bland infarct
blandation
blandations
blander
blandest
blandified
blandifies
blandify

Literary usage of Blanco

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Coast Pilot: Containing the Courses and Distances Between the by Edmund March Blunt (1822)
"From Cape Codera to Cape blanco—Jasper Bay. If you come out from Cape Codera, and are bound to the westward, you may stroke the cape as close on board as ..."

2. The American Coast Pilot: Containing the Courses and Distances Between the by Edmund March Blunt (1822)
"From Cape Codera to Cape blanco—Jasper Bay. If you come out from Cape Codera, and are bound to the westward, you may stroke the cape as close on board as ..."

3. The Christian Examiner (1845)
"AT the close of the article on blanco White in the last number of the Examiner ... The aim of that paper was to review in part the opinions of blanco White, ..."

4. The Christian Examiner (1845)
"AT the close of the article on blanco White in the last number of the Examiner ... The aim of that paper was to review in part the opinions of blanco White, ..."

5. The Philippine Journal of Science by Institute of Science and Technology (Philippines) (1907)
"¡¡innata (blanco) Merr. The species is, however, identical with ... blanco ed. l, 59: Pavetta sambucina blanco, ed. 2, 41, non DC. ..."

6. Movements of Religious Thought in Britain During the Nineteenth Century by John Tulloch (1885)
"blanco White is another associate of significance. Singularly he was an inmate of Oriel College from about 1826 to 1831. He then followed Whately to Dublin ..."

7. The Philippine Journal of Science by Institute of Science and Technology (Philippines) (1907)
"¡¡innata (blanco) Merr. The species is, however, identical with ... blanco ed. l, 59: Pavetta sambucina blanco, ed. 2, 41, non DC. ..."

8. Movements of Religious Thought in Britain During the Nineteenth Century by John Tulloch (1885)
"blanco White is another associate of significance. Singularly he was an inmate of Oriel College from about 1826 to 1831. He then followed Whately to Dublin ..."

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