How to use Almería in a sentence
Almeria was offended, and was very near quarrelling with her friend for harbouring such a mean opinion of her character.
The delight of being taken notice of in public was new to Almeria, and it quite intoxicated her brain.
Almeria denied the pride and the oddity; but observed, "that they were all remarkably fond of home."
Old Hodgkinson never had any books in his house, but such as Almeria borrowed from Mr. Elmour's library.
Almeria, in Spain, was the seat of a flourishing manufacture of this stuff in the twelfth century.
British Dictionary definitions for Almería
a port in S Spain. Pop: 176 727 (2003 est)
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