[fon-sey-kuh; Spanish fawn-se-kah]
- Gulf of, a bay of the Pacific Ocean in W Central America, bordered by El Salvador on the W, Honduras on the NE, and Nicaragua on the S. About 700 sq. mi. (1800 sq. km).
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Examples from the Web for fonseca
Of four feet that have been identified so far, none are thought to have involved any sort of foul play, Fonseca said.Canada’s Severed-Feet Mystery
September 4, 2011
Curtain rises on second act, showing the Hotel Fonseca, at Paris.
The quick step of Fonseca interrupted the courtier's reverie.
The next day, at noon, Calderon visited Fonseca in his place of confinement.
She has fled to the convent to be true to Fonseca; she must fly from the convent to bless the prince.
“Certainly, señor; there will be no difficulty about that,” assented Fonseca.A Middy in Command
- Gulf of Fonseca an inlet of the Pacific Ocean in W Central America
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