amigo

[ uh-mee-goh, ah-mee-; Spanish ah-mee-gaw ]SEE DEFINITION OF amigo

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Well, amigo, I must look you up something else; but now for dinner.

But my name, amigo, Henry Allègre had taken from me like all the rest of what I had been once.

Oh, amigo George, my dear fellow-conspirator for the king—the king.

Thou knowest, also, amigo Rafael, that I have been a gatherer of curios.

A few signs, which he well knew how to make, and the word “amigo!”

But, amigo, as you have learnt, this is a strange land—a country of quick changes.

Your physiognomy, amigo, is more likely than your costume to beget suspicions.

When they were within a proper distance, they stopped, and called out Amigo, Amigo.

I should like to see you as you were writing, Amigo de mi alma.

"You will be good to my little Dolores, amigo mio," murmurs the old man.

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