noun, plural bol·i·vars, Spanish bo·li·va·res [baw-lee-vah-res] /ˌbɔ liˈvɑ rɛs/.
Origin of bolivar
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Peter Dinklage will be introduced as Bolivar Trask, creator of the robot mutant-destroyers called Sentinels.
A low profile legislator from the state of Bolivar, he was never a leading voice in the National Assembly.Abdel el-Zabayar: From Parliament to the Frontlines|Mac Margolis|September 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But then we looked at his life in Greece and Albania where he was a serious revolutionary—as serious as Che Guevara or Bolivar.
Jackson and Bolivar were yet threatened, but I sent the reinforcements.Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant, Complete|Ulysses S. Grant
In the year 1811, Venezuela declared its independence and Bolivar became one of the revolutionary generals.The Story of Mankind|Hendrik Van Loon
Bolivar went a second time to Europe, and was present at the coronation of Napoleon.
If I undertook to take him to Bolivar, it was quite probable that I would lose my prisoner, and perhaps my life.Four Years A Scout and Spy|E. C. Downs
You'd a died to see those milliners climb over a high board fence head first, and Bolivar actually seemed to laugh.Peck's Bad Boy at the Circus|George W. Peck