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Old Castile

[ ka-steel ]

noun

  1. a region in N Spain: formerly a province.


Old Castile

noun

  1. a region of N Spain, on the Bay of Biscay: formerly a province Spanish nameCastilla la Vieja


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One is apt to forget that Old Castile is one of the provinces having a northern seaboard.

The latter was the favourite, doubtless from its produce bearing some resemblance to the red wines of Old Castile.

They run a vast way, Caballero, and separate the two kingdoms, for on the other side is Old Castile.

The legislative codes of Old Castile are most minute in their relation of its venerated attributes.

The name of a province lying west of Old Castile and also of its capital city.

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