diablo

[dee-ah-bloh, dyah-]

noun, plural di·ab·los.

Spanish for “devil.”

adjective

diable: recipes for salsa diablo.

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  • Shandy's escapade with Diablo had brought a new trouble to Mike Gaynor.

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    W. A. Fraser

  • "Diablo's a squealing pig if there ever was one," growled Dixon.

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    W. A. Fraser

  • He just wore Diablo down, hung to him like a bulldog, an' beat him out.

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    W. A. Fraser

  • Diablo hates that b'y an' some day he'll do him up, mark my words.

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    W. A. Fraser

  • "Diablo has always been more trouble than he's worth," said Porter.

    Thoroughbreds

    W. A. Fraser