Jo·sé [haw-se], /hɔˈsɛ/, 1908–72, Mexican dancer and choreographer in the U.S.
Also called Puerto Limón. a seaport in E Costa Rica.
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How to use Limón in a sentence
Ye poor prayer-dhrivlin' haythen, wid yer limon av a hear-rt ye've got a yallar shtripe that raches to th' length an' width av ye.The Promise | James B. Hendryx
The Limon is ſomewhat more acute, cooling and extinguiſhing Thirſt; of all the Οξυβαφα the best ſuccedaneum to Vinegar.Acetaria: A Discourse of Sallets | John Evelyn
When it is through hot, take it off, and squeese some limon or orange into it, and so send it in presently.
Then squeese an Orange or Limon (or both) upon it, and serve it up with the Marrow-bones in it.
If you find the taste not quick enough, put into it the juyce of the half Limon, you reserved.