Duero

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noun

Spanish name of Douro.

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Historical Examples of duero

  • Before Amador could reply to this appeal, the seor Duero spoke again.

    Calavar

    Robert Montgomery Bird

  • Her Thorne and Duero envelope was dropping from her more and more.

    East Angels

    Constance Fenimore Woolson

  • The sun of July had begun to scorch the naked plains of the Duero, and the good father was in poor health.

  • "I am one who laments, without extenuating, the folly of the general," said the voice of Duero.

    Calavar

    Robert Montgomery Bird

  • A Torres believed only what was credible, and such a tale about a Duero would be incredible.

    East Angels

    Constance Fenimore Woolson


British Dictionary definitions for duero

Duero

noun

the Spanish name for the Douro
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