Definition of Toreadors

1. Noun. (plural of toreador) ¹



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Definition of Toreadors

1. toreador [n] - See also: toreador

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toreadors

torchwort
torchy
torcs
torcular
torcular herophili
torcularious
torculars
tordion
tordions
tore
tore away
tore supra
tore up
toreador
toreador pant
toreadors (current term)
toreave
torelon
torely
toremifene
torend
torero
toreros
tores
toret
torets
toreumatography
toreumatology
toreutic
toreutics

Literary usage of Toreadors

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1. Guy Raymond: A Story of the Texas Revolution by Edward Plummer Alsbury (1908)
""The Senorita Navarro had an excellent view of the toreadors from this portico," he said, by way of prefacing a conversation. "Don Fermin very thoughtfully ..."

2. Notes: Critical & Biographical by R.B. Gruelle. Collection of W.T. Walters by Richard B. Gruelle, William Thompson Walters (1895)
"17 "toreadors BEFORE ENTERING THE ARENA" "Vibert's pictures are remarkable for delicacy of touch and nice feeling for color. He, as all the other Parisian ..."

3. Mexico, the Wonderland of the South by William English Carson (1909)
"All through the fight, the matadors and toreadors were greeted with shouts of ... Most of the toreadors come from Spain, and as they get from $1000 to $2500 ..."

4. Let 'er Buck, a Story of the Passing of the Old West by Charles Wellington Furlong (1921)
"As toreadors, well-known cowboys who had won championships in the arena, entered this fight in which the odds are all against them and in favor of the steer ..."

5. The Wonders of the World, in Nature, Art, and Mind by Robert Sears (1843)
"These contests have their rules and laws, like the modern duels between gentlemen of honor ; they take place in different modes ; the toreadors, ..."

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