noun, plural es·tan·cias [e-stahn-see-uh z; Spanish es-tahn-syahs] /ɛˈstɑn si əz; Spanish ɛsˈtɑn syɑs/.
Origin of estancia
Examples from the Web for estancia
There seemed nothing for it but to return to the estancia to meet Royd when he got home, and tell him what had happened.
The estancia house at Los Pajonales was a large brick building with a flat roof, surrounded by a stockade of posts.
All kitchen-gardens are alike, and you cannot expect to find the pleasure-gardens of an estancia laid out by a Lentre.South America To-day|Georges Clemenceau
Thus two days passed; on the third Colonel Lopez arrived with the rest of his regiment and encamped near to the estancia.
The Cerro stood high, so that from its roof we could overlook the greater part of the estancia.