Definition of Fandangos

1. Noun. (plural of fandango) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Fandangos

1. fandango [n] - See also: fandango

Lexicographical Neighbors of Fandangos

fancy that
fancy up
fancy woman
fancying
fancymonger
fancymongers
fancypants
fancywork
fancyworks
fand
fandabidozi
fandango
fandangoed
fandangoes
fandangoing
fandangos (current term)
fanded
fanding
fandom
fandoms
fands
fandub
fandubbed
fandubber
fandubbing
fandubbings
fandubs
fane
fanega
fanegada

Literary usage of Fandangos

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

1. El Gringo: Or, New Mexico and Her People by William Watts Hart Davis (1857)
"fandangos and Music.—What took place at the Baile.—Egg-shells and Cologne.—Kit Carson.—Court adjourned.— We leave Taos.—Geological Formation of the ..."

2. Rough Sketches of the Life of an Old Soldier: During a Service in the West by Jonathan Leach (1831)
"Boleros, fandangos, waltzes, &c. &c. in our village. Hot punch by no means disapproved of by our fair partners. Lord Wellington proceeds to Cadiz for a ..."

3. The Writings of Cassius Marcellus Clay: Including Speeches and Addresses by Cassius Marcellus Clay (1848)
"Of course I have been to fandangos. The earth is cleared off smoothly in a circular form, as large as a city ball room : in the centre is placed a vessel of ..."

4. Seven Years' Residence in the Great Deserts of North America by Emmanuel Domenech (1860)
"At Santa Fe, as in Texas, and in all the provinces of Mexico, the women go to the fandangos, with their rebozo (mantilla), and arrayed in a light cool ..."

5. The Quarterly (1901)
"Bull fights, fandangos and cascarones are as obsolete in our city as the Olympic games, but bell ringing and firing of crackers still usher in the New Year. ..."

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