Definition of Cantinas

1. Noun. (plural of cantina) ¹



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Definition of Cantinas

1. cantina [n] - See also: cantina

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cantinas

cantilena
cantilenas
cantilever
cantilever beam
cantilever bridge
cantilevered
cantilevering
cantilevers
cantillate
cantillated
cantillates
cantillating
cantillation
cantillations
cantina
cantinas (current term)
cantiness
canting
cantingly
cantings
cantion
cantions
cantle
cantled
cantles
cantlet
cantlets
cantlie line
cantling
canto

Literary usage of Cantinas

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1. Buenos Aires and the Best of Argentina Alive!by Arnold Greenberg by Arnold Greenberg (2000)
"Tie C AH lot A* o( LA cantinas are traditional, informal places where the waiters love to sing and the owner does his best to get the newcomers involved. ..."

2. Neuman and Baretti's Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages by Henry Neuman, Giuseppe Marco Antonio Baretti (1842)
"cantinas, CANTEENS, small tin chests set in cork wood, and covered with leather, for carrying wine and other liquors on a march or journey. CANTINERO, sm. ..."

3. An Inverted Sort of Prayer by Chris F. Needham (2006)
"Other times I'd stop at one of the roadside cantinas and have myself an Imperial ... There were many such cantinas along the roadside, and I made many such ..."

4. An Ethnologic Dictionary of the Navaho Language by Franciscans, St. Michaels, Ariz (1910)
"The blanket, and sometimes a sheep pelt or two, are secured in a bundle in the rear of the saddle. cantinas and saddle-bags are ..."

5. Camp and Camino in Lower California: A Record of the Adventures of the by Arthur Walbridge North (1910)
"Meantime I would strap on my revolver, slip the cantinas over my saddle pommel and continue my journal work. "Listo caminando" (Ready for marching), ..."

6. The Andean Land: (South America) by Chase Salmon Osborn (1909)
"The zone system for cantinas has been adopted; temperance is taught in all of the schools, and in many towns the laws have been made so strict as to reduce ..."

7. Vigilante Days and Ways: The Pioneers of the Rockies; the Makers and Making by Nathaniel Pitt Langford (1912)
"Buckskin sacks, containing about eighty thousand dollars, were distributed in cantinas through the entire pack-train, no one pair of cantinas containing a ..."

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