noun, plural se·gui·dil·las [sey-guh-deel-yuh z, -dee-yuh z; Spanish se-gee-th ee-lyahs] /ˌseɪ gəˈdil yəz, -ˈdi yəz; Spanish ˌsɛ giˈði lyɑs/.
Origin of seguidilla
Examples from the Web for seguidilla
It is the seguidilla, with its gracious memories, which gives life to the Feria.Things seen in Spain|C. Gasquoine Hartley
Sings of "an inn near the ramparts of Sevilla" where she will go to dance the Seguidilla.
The Seguidilla is hardly less ancient than the Fandango, which it resembles.
The Tigercat looked at his new ally with a stare of surprise, shrugged his shoulders, and whistled a Mexican seguidilla.Stoneheart|Gustave Aimard
And for answer she softly sings to him that rapturous song of the Seguidilla.