How to use Ximenes in a sentence
The lofty part of his predecessor Ximenes was out of the range, not more of his intellectual, than his moral capacity.The History of England from the Accession of James II. | Thomas Babington Macaulay
With other high dignitaries of the church came the queen's confessor, Ximenes, Archbishop of Toledo.The Court Jester | Cornelia Baker
The names of these matadors were Montes, Espesa, and Ximenes.
The first missionary who ventured among them was the intrepid Fray Geronimo Ximenes.
The sherry at Monticello is old and genuine, and the Pedro Ximenes much older still, and stomachic.
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