Dolores and her cousin were not unused to masculine society, and doña Serafina was the most good-natured of duennas.
doña Inez clasped her hands together and wrung them in distress.
doña Perfecta herself joins in this hostility, which finally develops into a venomous bitterness that menaces his life.
There was a loud outcry in a woman's voice,—the voice of doña Orosia.
doña Jocasta sighed, and looked from one to the other appealingly.
Then, for the first time since I had taken my seat beside her, doña Orosia spoke to me.
But that last horror was too much to bear; doña Beatriz hid her face in her hands, and wept and sobbed passionately.
Did you not promise doña Orosia to deliver me to my friends?
Of course doña Rita was not a woman about whom the newspapers insert little paragraphs.
The second was a saddle mule, on which rode doña Isidora and Leona.