We have said something of the "senoras," now a word for the "senors."
The senoritas have each a new dress apiece, the senoras a new rebosa.
The same salutation was repeated by all the senoras and senoritas in the carreta.
Several of the senoras and senoritas from the ranchos of the vicinity were present.
And the proof of it, senoras, is this: like people, like cask.
Ahem—Madam and Senoras, this is a heavy night for all of us, but the chapel is damp—allow me to comfort you.
Yes, I am at liberty now, count, and shall be happy to pay my respects to the senoras.
The two senoras, with these handmaids near them, were sitting in front of the house, busily engaged in executing some needlework.