Definition of Argentines

1. Noun. (plural of Argentine) ¹



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Definition of Argentines

1. argentine [n] - See also: argentine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Argentines

argent-
argentaffin
argentaffin cell
argentaffin granules
argentaffinoma
argental
argentate
argentation
argentation chromatography
argentations
argenteus
argentian
argentic
argentiferous
argentine
argentines (current term)
argentinosaur
argentite
argentites
argento-
argentocracies
argentocracy
argentojarosite
argentopentlandite
argentophil
argentophilic
argentopyrite
argentotennantite
argentous
argentry

Literary usage of Argentines

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1. South America: Observations and Impressions by James Bryce Bryce (1912)
"... trying to note the differences between Chileans and argentines, peoples of the same origin, dwelling side by side but divided by a lofty mountain chain. ..."

2. Understanding South America by Clayton Sedgwick Cooper (1918)
"CHAPTER XV THE argentines AFTER months of travel and mingled experiences along the west coast of South America, where one has found the months of June, ..."

3. Modern Argentina, the El Dorado of To-day: With Notes on Uruguay and Chile by William Henry Koebel (1907)
"Manners and Customs—Domestic Life—The Argentine Lady—Young argentines. —- When all is said and done, the most important feature of a country is represented ..."

4. Through Five Republics (of South America): A Critical Description of by Percy Falcke Martin (1906)
"... employers—Taking and giving ' notice'—Hotel servants, male and female—Brazilians and argentines compared—Theatres and amusements—Clubs—The Strangers', ..."

5. A History of South America, 1854-1904 by Charles Edmond Akers (1904)
"Capture of Corrientes by the argentines. Battle of the Riachuelo. Paraguayan Advance towards Uruguay. Operations near San Borge. Invasion of Rio Grande. ..."

6. A Vanished Arcadia: Being Some Account of the Jesuits in Paraguay, 1607 to 1767 by Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham (1901)
"... in South America—Enmity between Brazilians and argentines—Expulsion of Jesuits from Paraguay—Struggles with the natives—Father Mendoza killed—Death of ..."

7. Eight Months on the Gran Chaco of the Argentine Republic by Juan Pelleschi (1886)
"THE BASIN OF LA PLATA—THE PAMPAS AND FOREST REGIONS —THEIR RELATIONS TO CLIMATE AND AGRICULTURE IX THE argentines. WE climbed the Zenta, whose peak is ..."

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