[ duh-noh-soh; Spanish daw-naw-saw ]
/ dəˈnoʊ soʊ; Spanish dɔˈnɔ sɔ /
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José [hoh-zey; Spanish haw-se], /hoʊˈzeɪ; Spanish hɔˈsɛ/, 1924–96, Chilean novelist and short-story writer.
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How to use Donoso in a sentence
Bachelor Diego Donoso, chaplain of this royal Audiencia, is a learned man and well liked.
Donoso Cortés made Delsarte a chosen confidant of his ideas.Delsarte System of Oratory|Various