Definition of Copitas
1. copita [n] - See also: copita
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Copitas
Literary usage of Copitas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Diplomat's Wife in Mexico by Edith O'Shaughnessy (1916)
"Apropos of copitas, while we were talking N. was rung up to hear that an English woman reporter and Wallace, the cine man, sent us from the State Department ..."
2. All the Year Round by Charles Dickens (1870)
"The waiter hears, but does not obey, having already too many copitas on his mind. " Allá voy, señor !" he, however, says; and as it is some consolation to ..."
3. The Philippine Islands: A Political, Geographical, Ethnographical, Social by John Foreman (1899)
"For the next few days every Spaniard one met had some startling news to tell, until, by the end of the week, a reaction set in, and amidst jokes and copitas ..."
4. Across South America: An Account of a Journey from Buenos Aires to Lima by by Hiram Bingham (1911)
"... as it meant that we had escaped the necessity of hurting anybody's feelings by declining to drink more copitas of brandy on an empty stomach. ..."
5. The Yellow Book (1896)
"All are welcome to the Christmas cheer. Music and dancing are continuous, and servants move among the guests with trays laden with copitas of pisco, ..."