Definition of Cabrillas
1. cabrilla [n] - See also: cabrilla
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cabrillas
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Literary usage of Cabrillas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Handbook for Travellers in Spain by Richard Ford (1855)
"The road now enters the Cabreras or cabrillas range, which separates Castile from ... From the heights of the cabrillas the sunny plains open, studded with ..."
2. Fishes by David Starr Jordan (1907)
"On the coast of southern California are also species called cabrillas, fine, large, ... The cabrillas and their relatives are almost all American, ..."
3. The Diary of a Cavalry Officer in the Peninsular and Waterloo Campaign, 1809 by William Tomkinson (1894)
"... your son's return to the 16th Light Dragoons. June 14th. The army advanced four short leagues. Headquarters of the army, cabrillas; of the cavalry, ..."
4. The Natural & Moral History of the Indies by José de Acosta (1880)
"There are others, the like I doe not thinke to have seene in these partes, as those which they doe call cabrillas,6 which doe somewhat resemble the ..."
5. A History of the Peninsular War by Charles William Chadwick Oman (1902)
"The route by Tarancon and the cabrillas, by which the army had reached Valencia, was terribly difficult: clearly it would be necessary to force again the ..."