Definition of Pinatas
1. Noun. (plural of pinata) ¹
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Definition of Pinatas
1. pinata [n] - See also: pinata
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Literary usage of Pinatas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Mexico's Pacific Coast by Vivien Lougheed (2004)
"pinatas pinatas were originally used by the Franciscan Fathers to portray the idea ... The Franciscans made the pinatas of papier mache in the shape of the ..."
2. Seasonal Activities Grades 1-2 by Jo Ellen Moore, Joy Evans (2005)
"pinatas Color the pinatas. Answer the questions. pinatas first came from Mexico. They were animal or star shapes. The pinatas were filled with tasty treats. ..."
3. Mexico as I Saw it by Alec-Tweedie (Ethel) (1901)
"Of course the pinatas can be made by the Indians for a few pence, and one at that price is to be found in every hut. Among the rich, however, ..."
4. The Mexican Mind: A Study of National Psychology by Wallace Thompson (1922)
"The pinatas are the Mexican Christmas trees and besides the cheap gifts which ... The pinatas are strung up at the Christmas parties, and in succession each ..."
5. Watching and Waiting on the Border by Roger Batchelder (1917)
"From the trees were suspended earthen bowls, gayly decorated with ribbons — pinatas, they were called. The children were blindfolded and armed with long ..."
6. The Ultimate Shape Book Grades K-2 by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers (2002)
"Concrete Experiences If your students are not familiar with pinatas, ... P is for Pinata Students fill their pinatas with things that begin with the letter ..."
7. Talk Time Handbook: Conversation Sessions for Volunteer Facilitators and by Marilyn Bentson, Elisabeth Mitchell (1998)
"Noting that many Latino families living here have adopted Santa Claus as their own because it is "the American way," event organizers made pinatas, ..."
8. A Diplomat's Wife in Mexico by Edith O'Shaughnessy (1916)
"The season of pinatas is on, and he has a great number of invitations—unfortunately. At the pinatas a large, grotesque head and figure, ..."