He had lived on familiar terms with Spanish gipsies and toreadors.
What could she know of toreadors' brides and their wedding-dresses?
Would you have the bull so strong that he would kill the toreadors?
The toreadors know it, you know it, I know it—we all know from the first that he will fight wind.
There is keen rivalry between Spanish cities over the skill of their toreadors.
He had seen pictures of Spanish toreadors with their flaming scarlet scarfs.
They were followed by a procession of toreadors, picadores, and banderilleros, with their attendants.
There were men of exuberant fancy who had made themselves up as Roman senators or Spanish toreadors or Provençal troubadours.
One of the toreadors was badly wounded while springing over a barricade.
Doubtless the color is brilliant, as the costumes of the toreadors are always so, and there are two in this picture.