pulquería

[pool-ke-ree-ah]
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noun, plural pul·que·rí·as [pool-ke-ree-ahs] /ˌpul kɛˈri ɑs/. Mexican Spanish.

a tavern selling pulque.

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Historical Examples of pulqueria

  • And winding through the groups, the sailor left the pulqueria unnoticed.

    The Freebooters

    Gustave Aimard

  • One day I got into a drunken row in a pulqueria, and stabbed a Chilian.

    Mark Gildersleeve

    John S. Sauzade

  • Though I had already made myself acquainted with his usual hour of repairing to the pulqueria, I had not timed it neatly.

    The Bandolero

    Mayne Reid

  • "Here," the two men said, with whom Ramirez conversed when he entered the pulqueria the first time.

    The Freebooters

    Gustave Aimard