de Molina

/ (Spanish ðe moˈlina) /

  1. Tirso (ˈtirso). Pen name of Gabriel Téllez. ?1571–1648, Spanish dramatist; author of the first dramatic treatment of the Don Juan legend El Burlador de Sevilla (1630)

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How to use de Molina in a sentence

  • Alonso de Molina and one companion were left in Tumbez at their own request, being much in love with the country.

    The Spanish Pioneers | Charles F. Lummis
  • Alonso de Molina and his companion had disappeared, and their fate was never learned.

    The Spanish Pioneers | Charles F. Lummis
  • The natives greatly admired one of the Spaniards, a man named Alonso de Molina, who was of fair complexion and wore a long beard.

  • At length a Franciscan monk, named Christoval de Molina, offered himself for the emprise.

  • Maria de Molina anchored in the roadstead, and the Capuchins fled to it on the first alarm.

    The Philippine Islands | John Foreman