Definition of Roncadors

1. Noun. (plural of roncador) ¹



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Definition of Roncadors

1. roncador [n] - See also: roncador

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Roncadors

romped
romper
romper suit
rompers
romping
romping good
rompingly
rompish
rompler
romplers
romps
roms
romset
romsets
roncador
roncadors (current term)
ronchil
ronco
rondache
rondaches
rondavel
rondavels
ronde
rondeau
rondeaus
rondeaux
rondel
rondelay
rondelet
rondeletia

Literary usage of Roncadors

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1. American Fishes: A Popular Treatise Upon the Game and Food Fishes of North by George Brown Goode, Theodore Gill (1903)
"SPOTS, CROAKERS AND roncadors Man's life is warm, glad, sad, 'twixt loves and graves, Boundless in hope, honoured with pangs austere. ..."

2. A Guide to the Study of Fishes by David Starr Jordan (1905)
"... roncadors) is another of the great groups of food-fishes. The species are found on every sandy shore in warm regions and all of them are large enough to ..."

3. California for the Sportsman: Being a Collection of Hints as to the Haunts by Al M. Cumming, Allan Dunn, Southern Pacific Company (1911)
"The roncadors are plucky and average ten pounds. an as to sea fishing will be cheerfully supplied by the secretaries of the Tuna nta Catalina and the Light ..."

4. Salt Water Game Fishing by Charles Frederick Holder (1914)
"... roncadors lie in wait in the undertow. In the deeper waters the sea-trout, a small white sea bass, is found with large smelts and a variety of small fry ..."

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