noun, plural duen·des [dwen-des; English doo-en-deyz] /ˈdwɛn dɛs; English duˈɛn deɪz/ for 1. Spanish.
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Example sentences from the Web for duende
He can haunt a house as effectually as an old-time ghost, and a Casa del Duende may go begging for other tenants.Spanish Highways and Byways|Katharine Lee Bates
He looked at the duende carefully, and saw that it resembled a very small man with long hair and a white beard.
The duende gave Mabait two or three isabels6 every day, and by the end of the month he had saved much money.
Mabait was married to the princess, was crowned king, and lived happily with his friend the duende.
But occasionally the Duende had the form of a little busy friar, like the Monachiello at Naples.Brownies and Bogles|Louise Imogen Guiney