Definition of Senoras
1. senora [n] - See also: senora
Lexicographical Neighbors of Senoras
senoras (current term)
Literary usage of Senoras
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Overland Journey to Lisbon at the Close of 1846: With a Picture of the by Terence McMahon Hughes (1847)
"The senoras and the senoritas.—Tallness of many of the men.—Generality of the Capa, and grace with which it is worn.—The Cafe Suizo.—Military life. ..."
2. The Poets and Poetry of the West: With Biographical and Critical Notices by William Turner Coggeshall (1864)
"Drink, men, and away ; Adieu, senoras, in your smiles We'll bask before the day. The moon is in the azure skies, The stars are by her side, They glitter in ..."
3. History of the Conquest of Peru: With a Preliminary View of the Civilization by William Hickling Prescott (1883)
"The passage is so remarkable, and the MS. so rare, that I will cite it in the original: " De estas senoras del Cuzco es cierto de tener grande sentimiento ..."