Definition of Primaveras
1. primavera [n] - See also: primavera
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Primaveras
Literary usage of Primaveras
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Brazilian biographical annual by Joaquim Manuel de Macedo (1876)
"with the title primaveras (Spring) were published, and applauded by the press and by the public. Jos6 Joaquim Marques de Abreu, against his will, ..."
2. Brazilian Biographical Annual by Joaquim Manuel de Macedo (1876)
"with the title primaveras (Spring) -were published, and applauded by the press and by the public. Jose Joaquim Marques de Abreu, against his -will, ..."
3. Biennial Report by Nebraska Roads and Irrigation Dept (1906)
"... is for the bridge engineer or reliable assistants to c on the banks of the rivers during the "primaveras" and "tern porales" of the rainy seasons. ..."
4. The Later Nineteenth Century by George Saintsbury (1907)
"... of Germanism on the mind of a Southerner and a descendant of the Catholic navigators of the sixteenth century. His juvenilia, collected into primaveras ..."
5. The New International Encyclopædia by Daniel Colt Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1903)
"... Odes modernas (1865), reprinted with additions (1875); primaveras románticas (1872); Sonetos (1881) ; Os sonetos completos (1886) ; and the critical and ..."