noun, plural Mu·dé·ja·res [moo-th e-hah-res] /muˈðɛ hɑˌrɛs/.
Origin of Mudéjar
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Historical Examples of mudejar
No finer specimen of the art known as Mudejar existed in all Spain.Brought Forward
R. B. Cunninghame Graham
There are indications miserably faint and buried away under plaster, that the palace was richly ornamented in the mudejar style.Toledo. The Story of an Old Spanish Capital
The portal is very fine, but the Moorish features are the work of Mudejar and not Almohade artisans.
Then there is the superb staircase with its "half-orange" ceiling, and the chapel with its mixed Gothic and Mudejar features.
The building illustrates the fashion of the Mudejar and Renaissance styles, almost to the effacement of the former.