[ ev-er-uh; Portuguese e-voo-ruh ]
/ ˈɛv ər ə; Portuguese ˈɛ vʊ rə /
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a city in central Portugal: Roman ruins; cathedral.
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How to use Evora in a sentence
Evora, a town in Portugal, capital of the province of Alemtejo, 75 miles east of Lisbon.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
On the afternoon of the sixth of December I set out for Evora, accompanied by my servant.
The man in question was a farmer from Evora, and a person of considerable wealth.
Three days had gone by since the return of the party from Evora.
But have you forgotten in what condition he came back with us from Evora?
British Dictionary definitions for Evora
/ (Portuguese ˈɛvura) /
a city in S central Portugal: ancient Roman settlement; occupied by the Moors from 712 to 1166; residence of the Portuguese court in 15th and 16th centuries. Pop: 56 525 (2001)Ancient name: Ebora (ˈiːbərə)
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