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Escurial

[e-skyoo r-ee-uh l]
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noun
  1. Escorial.
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Examples from the Web for escurial

Historical Examples

  • And if I go straight to the Escurial and lay this project before the King?

    The Historical Nights' Entertainment

    Rafael Sabatini

  • She would have been just as likely to let them take possession of the Escurial.

  • The king was not in the capital, and he went on without delay to the Escurial.

  • Above all, he held for or against England the key to a family pact with the Escurial.

    Sir Walter Ralegh

    William Stebbing

  • And they said that there would soon be a death in the Escurial.


British Dictionary definitions for escurial

Escurial

noun
  1. a variant of Escorial
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