Definition of Quiniela

1. quinella [n -S] - See also: quinella



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quiniela

quinhydrone
quinhydrone electrode
quinhydrones
quinia
quinible
quinic
quinic acid
quinicine
quinicines
quinidine
quinidine-3-hydroxylase
quinidine polygalacturonate
quinidine sulfate
quinidines
quinie
quiniela (current term)
quinielas
quinies
quinin
quinina
quininas
quinindoline
quinindolines
quinine
quinine and urea hydrochloride
quinine bisulfate
quinine carbacryclic resin
quinine carbacrylic resin
quinine carbacrylic resin test
quinine ethylcarbonate

Literary usage of Quiniela

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1. Roy and Ray in Mexico by Mary Wright Plummer (1907)
"Then began the quiniela (kee-nee-ay'-la), or second part of the game. ... The first player to win six points has won the quiniela. Usually two partidos and ..."

2. Roy and Ray in Mexico by Mary Wright Plummer (1907)
"This was a short partido of only twenty-five points, so this part of the game was soon ended in favour of the whites or blancos. Then began the quiniela ..."

3. San Cristóbal de la Habana by Joseph Hergesheimer (1920)
"The last quiniela over, plainly weary she gathered a cloak about her shoulders and left the box, without, as I had hoped, some last gesture or even a word: ..."

4. Uruguayans of Today by William Belmont Parker, Hispanic Society of America (1921)
"Señor quiniela is the author of the first memoir published on the Medical School, a work of 530 pages, containing a detailed history of the faculty and its ..."

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