Definition of Morales
1. morale [n] - See also: morale
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Morales
Literary usage of Morales
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. List of documents in Spanish archives relating to the history of the United by James Alexander Robertson (1910)
"morales to Folch. AI, Pap. proc. de Cuba. DAH, Span. Doc. 1 p. [Accompanies letter of morales to Folch, January 2, 1807.] 5128 Jan. 13. Pensacola. ..."
2. The Spanish Stage in the Time of Lope de Vega by Hugo Albert Rennert (1909)
"131, mentions Alonso de morales among the actors who had written farsas, loas, etc., ... 127) that morales was the author of the comedia El Conde loco, ..."
3. The Adventures of Captain Bonneville, U. S. A., in the Rocky Mountains and by Washington Irving (1849)
"EXPEDITION OF morales AND PIZARRO TO THE SHORES OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN. ... morales and Pizarro traversed the mountains of the isthmus by a shorter and more ..."
4. Catalogue by Bernard Quaritch (Firm) (1894)
"Tomos IX-X ; Opúsculos Castellanos de Ambrosio de morales, 3 vols.—together 13 vols, small 4to. /»/. calf neat Madrid, 1791-93 150 1025 OCHOA (Eugenio de) ..."
5. History of Spanish Literature by George Ticknor (1891)
"THE fathers of Spanish history, as distinguished from Spanish chronicling, are Zurita and morales, both of whom, educated in the reign of Charles the Fifth, ..."