[ oo-nuh-moo-noh; Spanish oo-nah-moo-naw ]
/ ˌu nəˈmu noʊ; Spanish ˌu nɑˈmu nɔ /
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Mi·guel de [mee-gelde], /miˈgɛl dɛ/, 1864–1936, Spanish philosopher, poet, novelist, and essayist.
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Words nearby Unamuno
unambiguous, unambitious, unambivalent, un-American, Unami, Unamuno, unamused, unaneled, unanimity, unanimous, unanimously
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How to use Unamuno in a sentence
Such are the many faces, moods, and movements in which Unamuno appears before Spain and the world.
The predominance of the masculine element—strength without grace—is as typical of Unamuno as it is of Wordsworth.
Yet, for all his disregard of the modern resources which it adds to the poetic craft, Unamuno loses none of his modernity.
Unamuno, on the contrary, even though he often seeks expression in dramatic form, is essentially lyrical.
The feeling of the awareness of one's own personality has seldom been more forcibly expressed than by Unamuno.
British Dictionary definitions for Unamuno
/ (Spanish unaˈmuno) /
Miguel de (miˈɣɛl de). 1864–1936, Spanish philosopher and writer
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