alcazar

[ al-kuh-zahr, al-kaz-er; Spanish ahl-kah-thahr ]SEE DEFINITION OF alcazar
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The old Alcazar of the Moors was a noble building of great extent.

At the same time disappeared the main entrance to the Alcazar.

Historically, you may say, the Alcazar is a Christian work; artistically, Mohammedan.

To outward seeming the Alcazar is as Moorish a monument as the Alhambra.

Blanchet, too, calls him Penalosa; but Alcazar gives his name as Penalver.

Down at the Alcazar he found the three riders who had deserted Matlock overnight.

It might have been a grandee's house in Seville, patterned on the Alcazar.

The Alcazar has a restaurant somewhat similar to that of the Ambassadeurs.

He also galloped off to the palace, or alcazar, and was not seen to return; but next day the White Cat was still more sorrowful.

At the end of the third day he had walked so quickly that he stood before the secret entrance to the alcazar of Al Rachid.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ALCAZAR

castle

nounmagnificent home, often for royalty
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