Definition of Matadores

1. Noun. (plural of matador) ¹



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Definition of Matadores

1. matadore [n] - See also: matadore

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Matadores

mat slab
mat up
mata mata
mata mata turtle
mata mata turtles
mata matas
matachin
matachina
matachini
matachins
mataco
matador
matadora
matadoras
matadore
matadores (current term)
matadors
matafunda
matai
matamata
matamata turtle
matamatas
matambala
matapee
matapees
matatu
matatus
matawari

Literary usage of Matadores

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1. The Young Folk's Cyclopædia of Games and Sports by John Denison Champlin, Arthur Elmore Bostwick (1890)
"In announcing any bid except a Null bid, the bidder must say how many matadores he has in unbroken order, beginning with the highest. ..."

2. History of the Buccaneers of America by James Burney (1891)
"The Spaniards denominated their hunters matadores, which in the Spanish language signifies "killers" or "slaughterers". That the English, French and ..."

3. A search for fortune, autobiography by Hamilton Lindsay- Bucknall (1878)
"... and Sunday races—Fint impressions of a bull-fight—The fight—The maimed horses—The description continued—matadores—The acme of cruelty reached—The result ..."

4. The Hand-book of Games--: comprising new or carefully revised treatises on by H.G. Bohn (1867)
"I. Three matadores in hearts, king and one diamond, king »nd one spade, ... Three matadores and three of hearts, king and one small diamond, king and queen ..."

5. The American Hoyle: Or, Gentleman's Hand-book of Games, Containing All the by William Brisbane Dick (1894)
"THE matadores. The four Knaves are called matadores, and are the four highest ... The matadores, or four Knaves, rank as follows: Knave of Clubs is the ..."

6. Diary of an Idle Woman in Spain (1884)
"The matadores. —The Bull.—Poor Horses! —The Picadores.—Death of the Bull.—A dastardly Sport. FOR Easter week we are to have a bull-fight, and Senor Vico at ..."

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