[drah-goh; Spanish drah-gaw]
- Lu·is Ma·rí·a [loo-is muh-ree-uh; Spanish loo-ees mah-ree-ah] /ˈlu ɪs məˈri ə; Spanish luˈis mɑˈri ɑ/, 1859–1921, Argentine jurist and statesman.
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Examples from the Web for drago
Why the barber in Drago's always looked my face when I spoke his face in the glass.Ulysses
Dr. Drago had made his proposal as "a statement of policy" for the states of the American continents to adopt.The United States and Latin America
John Holladay Latan
What he had read, ran thus: "Your wife is unfaithful to you and has betrayed you for the sake of Drago, a servant, who ran away."Legends of the Rhine
See them entertained, Drago; or better, let them entertain each other—with singing games, holy God!
Richard got a side blow on the knee, but in return he caught Drago de Merlou under the armpit and well-nigh cut him in half.