This is one of the lessons taught by the hispano-american War.
Unfortunately, the hispano-american race is essentially haughty and jealous.
Nevertheless, the feeling of a common hispano-american brotherhood is weak.
Yet he triumphed over every obstacle, and has left a great name in hispano-american literature.
How far does there exist among the peoples of these republics the sense of a common hispano-american nationality?
We notice all these, and they tell us we are journeying in the land of the hispano-american.
Some guns actuated on much the same principle are said to have been used with effect in the hispano-american war.
For the safe transport of such matters as these no saddle is better than the hispano-american pack saddle.
It is built in the usual hispano-american style, with a big dome, and two stumpy towers on either side of the centre.
Cuba was governed, for over three centuries, by the laws which bound the other hispano-american colonies.
"pertaining to Spain" (especially ancient Spain) 1580s, from Latin Hispanicus, from Hispania "Iberian Peninsula," from Hispanus "Spaniard" (see Spaniard). Specific application to Spanish-speaking parts of the New World is 1889, American English; especially applied since c.1972 to Spanish-speaking persons of Latin American descent living in U.S.