noun, plural se·nhors, Portuguese se·nho·res [si-nyaw-rish] /sɪˈnyɔ rɪʃ/.
Origin of senhor
Examples from the Web for senhor
It just took the “other” Senhor José a few decades to realize that.
“Metaphors have always been the best way of explaining things,” Senhor José says in All the Names.
Senhor José remains stationary, but this lengthy series of clauses propels the reader along an unmarked path.
I at once went in, and observed a tall, foreign-looking figure, who introduced himself as Senhor Dickie.The Adventures of a Cat|Alfred Elwes
An officer stood at the gangway and politely welcomed Stanley, Senhor Silva who stood by interpreting for him.In the Wilds of Africa|W.H.G. Kingston
"You may kill me, Senhor," said the young man through stiff lips.
“Shame on you, Senhor Portugal,” he exclaimed, standing over Dick with a broken spar which he had grasped to defend him.Antony Waymouth|W.H.G. Kingston
She turned gently around, and in a voice of surpassing softness whispered, "Tell me your name, Senhor Caballero?"Confessions Of Con Cregan|Charles James Lever