noun, plural fri·jo·les [free-hohlz, free-hoh-leez; Spanish free-haw-les]. /ˈfri hoʊlz, friˈhoʊ liz; Spanish friˈhɔ lɛs/.
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Origin of frijol
Example sentences from the Web for frijol
Each man has his patch of maize and frijoles, and a run for his chickens and pigs.The Mystery of The Barranca|Herman Whitaker
All the Mexican dishes that are common now, such as tamales, enchiladas and frijoles, were favorite dishes then.Sixty Years in Southern California 1853-1913|Harris Newmark
Through the vale itself rustles the clear and cool brook to which the name of Rito de los Frijoles is applied.
The sun set, and a calm, still night sank down on the Rito de los Frijoles.
Two of the men carried earthen platters filled with frijoles, a single tortilla in each platter.The Rifle Rangers|Captain Mayne Reid