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haciendado

[hah-see-en-dah-doh, ah-see-] /ˌhɑ si ɛnˈdɑ doʊ, ˌɑ si-/
noun, plural haciendados.
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  • Don Estevan now awaited the haciendado, who the moment after came up to him.

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  • “My daughter will act according to my wish,” said the haciendado.

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  • When the stranger was also seated the haciendado addressed him.

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  • The haciendado could make no reply to speeches that caused his own heart to bleed.

    The Tiger Hunter Mayne Reid
  • The Indian from her childhood up is the prey of the haciendado and his sons.

    The American Egypt Channing Arnold
  • The head of the company was an elderly man with white hair and white beard, an haciendado of importance.

    On the Mexican Highlands William Seymour Edwards
  • The object of his interest was no other than the daughter of the haciendado himself—the young heiress already spoken of.

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  • The individual presented under the name of Oroche, solemnly saluted the haciendado.

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  • “I cannot divine what has delayed Don Estevan,” said the haciendado, changing the subject of conversation.

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  • The Chaplain begged the haciendado to come to him for an instant, upon some business he had to communicate to him.

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