Definition of Daquiri
1. daiquiri [n -S] - See also: daiquiri
Lexicographical Neighbors of Daquiri
Literary usage of Daquiri
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1916)
"The following papers were then presented by their authors or authors' representatives: t The Geology of the Iron-Ore Deposits in and Near daquiri, Cuba. ..."
2. Costa Rica by Bruce Conord (2006)
"... or eat and drink at the popular El daquiri Nearby, La Taverna Bar & Disco heats up the crowd after sundown. Liberia & Guanacaste Liberia '. ..."
3. The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries (1911)
"... averaging seventy-two enlisted men for duty on landing at daquiri, arrived at Montauk Point with ranks so depleted that Brett's troop could muster only ..."
4. The Passing of Spain and the Ascendency of America by Jerome Bruce Crabtree (1898)
"... had sunk on their way to Cuba, yet in the face of all these difficulties the first landing was made the 22d at daquiri, on the 23d another at Siboney. ..."
5. The United Service (1902)
"The Harvard was lying at daquiri, and we signaled her, but could get no response. The transports which had been lying off the coast on seeing our signals, ..."
6. The History of Cuba by Willis Fletcher Johnson (1920)
"iron ore from the sides of the mountains on the coast, just east of the city of Santiago de Cuba, and shipping it from the port of daquiri. ..."