[oo-nuh-moo-noh; Spanish oo-nah-moo-naw]
- Mi·guel de [mee-gel de] /miˈgɛl dɛ/, 1864–1936, Spanish philosopher, poet, novelist, and essayist.
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Examples from the Web for unamuno
In one word, all Unamuno's characters are but incarnations of himself.
Unamuno is therefore not unlike Wordsworth in the insufficiency of his sense of form.
Like him, Unamuno is an essentially purposeful and utilitarian mind.
It was Unamuno himself who once said that the Basque is the alkaloid of the Spaniard.
And it is on a religious basis that Unamuno founds his individualism.
- Miguel de (miˈɣɛl de). 1864–1936, Spanish philosopher and writer
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