[drah-goh; Spanish drah-gaw]


Lu·is Ma·rí·a [loo-is muh-ree-uh; Spanish loo-ees mah-ree-ah] /ˈlu ɪs məˈri ə; Spanish luˈis mɑˈri ɑ/, 1859–1921, Argentine jurist and statesman.

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Examples from the Web for drago

Historical Examples of drago

  • Why the barber in Drago's always looked my face when I spoke his face in the glass.


    James Joyce

  • Dr. Drago had made his proposal as "a statement of policy" for the states of the American continents to adopt.

  • What he had read, ran thus: "Your wife is unfaithful to you and has betrayed you for the sake of Drago, a servant, who ran away."

    Legends of the Rhine

    Wilhelm Ruland

  • See them entertained, Drago; or better, let them entertain each other—with singing games, holy God!

  • Richard got a side blow on the knee, but in return he caught Drago de Merlou under the armpit and well-nigh cut him in half.