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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HAVANA

Connecticut supplies all summer resorts with the finest Havana segars.

It is strictly a Spanish idea, which the author has often seen in Havana.

Or you can take a trip with me to Havana till it blows over.

But over there they winked and chuckled at the judge, and they do the same in Havana at us.

He has climbed very high; he is a judge of the Marine Court at Havana.

The very best people in Havana are interested in the matter.

Who was it procured the release of some of them who had got into trouble in Havana?

He was intriguing in Havana—but how could we unmask him there?

There has arrived a friar from a Havana convent amongst the Lugarenos of the bay.

What would become of us if the Lion had already left Havana?

WORD ORIGIN

Cuban capital city, founded 1514 by Diego Velázquez as San Cristóbal de la Habana "St. Christopher of the Habana," apparently the name of a local native people. The Spanish adjective form is Habanero. Meaning "cigar made in Havana" is by 1802.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HAVANA

cigar

nounroll of tobacco
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.