noun, plural se·ño·ri·tas [seyn-yuh-ree-tuhz, seen-; Spanish se-nyaw-ree-tahs]. /ˌseɪn yəˈri təz, ˌsin-; Spanish sɛ nyɔˈri tɑs/.
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Origin of señorita
Words nearby señorita
Example sentences from the Web for señorita
Is it not true that in your country any married woman shall duenna the young senorita?The Crusade of the Excelsior|Bret Harte
I'm veer sorry, Senorita, but the Americans will not let you through the gates.
"Si, Senorita—right this way," he led her over to the phone booth in the corner.
The Senorita Windham had granted him a dance despite her brother's scowling disapproval.
To the Senorita Inez he had spoken of his claim upon the Windham rancho through her brother's note won on the gambling table.