[uh-mah-doh; Portuguese ah-mah-doo]
- Jor·ge [Portuguese zhawr-zhuh] /Portuguese ˈʒɔr ʒə/, 1912–2001, Brazilian novelist.
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Examples from the Web for amado
We began the conversation as Amado had suggested, talking about Africa in general and Sudan in particular.
Then, as Amado had predicted, he suddenly stopped speaking and began rolling his head back and forth.
They were married the next year at an organic farm in Amado, Arizona.Gabrielle Giffords' Marriage to Astronaut Mark E. Kelly
January 9, 2011
The amado in the further part of the house were undoubtedly open.The Dragon Painter
Mary McNeil Fenollosa
Next she unlocks the amado, the wooden shutters, and calls the servants.Peeps at Many Lands: Japan
At its end an amado was slipped back, and they were in the garden.Bakemono Yashiki (The Haunted House)
James S. De Benneville
He woke to find rain and storm shaking and tearing at the amado.
Approaching the amado with silent step he eyed the bolts: "All secure."