Sal·va·dor de [sahl-vah-thawrthe], /ˌsɑl vɑˈðɔr ðɛ/, Salvador de Madariaga y Rojo, 1886–1978, Spanish diplomat, historian, and writer in England.
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How to use Madariaga in a sentence
This event did not cause Madariaga's desperation to break out as violently as his son-in-law had expected.
Madariaga had joyously expended upon this courtesan many thousands of dollars.
Madariaga appeared abstracted, and all the family, including Desnoyers, respected and feared this taciturnity.
The two raced the fields from sun to sun, Madariaga following the flying pigtail of the little Amazon as though it were a flag.
Their only disagreements were about the expenses established by Madariaga during his regime.