Definition of Campos

1. campo [n] - See also: campo



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Campos

campled
camples
camplike
campling
camply
campmate
campmates
campness
campo
campodeiform
campong
campongs
camporee
camporees
campos (current term)
campout
campouts
camps
campshirt
campshirts
campsite
campsites
campstool
campstools
camptocormia
camptocormias
camptomelia
camptomelic

Literary usage of Campos

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Modern Spain, 1815-1898 by Henry Butler Clarke (1906)
"Moreover, Martinez campos had recognised on his own authority a Cuban debt of ^4000000. Such a surrender was sure to be unpopular as soon as its import was ..."

2. Modern Spain, 1815-1898 by Henry Butler Clarke, William Holden Hutton (1906)
"Moreover, Martinez campos had recognised on his own authority a Cuban debt of ^4000000. Such a surrender was sure to be unpopular as soon as its import was ..."

3. The Story of Cuba: Her Struggles for Liberty: The Cause, Crisis and Destiny by Murat Halstead (1897)
"FAR the most severe battle of the first campaign of the present war was that in which Martinez campos and the rebel chiefs were pitted against each other, ..."

4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1895)
"Juicy tubers and tender bulbs are very rare on the campos. ... The campos bearg 170 to 180 shrubs. The families represented by most species are : Myr- ..."

5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1895)
"Juicy tubers and tender bulbs "are very rare on the campos. ... The campos bears 170 to 180 shrubs. The families represented by most species are : Myr- ..."

6. To-morrow in Cuba by Charles Melville Pepper (1899)
"It was during Christmas week that the movement of the Spanish politicians in Habana against campos was temporarily checked. Within a fortnight it was ..."

7. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1899)
"Failure of campos.—The political policy of campos had been one of ... Soldiers and officers called for their punishment, but campos refused to make war upon ..."

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