noun, plural co·ra·zo·nes [kaw-rah-saw-nes, -thaw-] /ˌkɔ rɑˈsɔ nɛs, -ˈθɔ-/. Spanish.
Examples from the Web for corazon
Historical Examples of corazon
“He went far, no doubt, Corazon,” said old 13 Anita comfortably.Tharon of Lost Valley
Vingie E. Roe
I recollect it was a little cafe in Corazon, where Craney and I sat that evening.
A collection of short stories, among which "Corazon" and "Neutria" are excellent on horses.Guide to Life and Literature of the Southwest
J. Frank Dobie
I went out in the steep cobbled street that runs down to the shore of Corazon Bay.
Craney himself stayed on at Corazon in the cocoa trade, meaning to take up contracts with the French and English agencies.