torero

[ tuh-rair-oh; Spanish taw-re-raw ]SEE DEFINITION OF torero

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When the tournament was ended, and we were hauled back to the river-side, the torero was not with us.

The torero was to realize his desire of building a house for his mother.

Montes introduced the modern style in the art of the torero.

Only a year ago she sent a wreath to the funeral of Frascuelo, the torero.

But whether a man is muletero, vaquero, or torero, what matters it?

For no matter how brave a torero may be, it is never certain that he will come out of the arena alive.

He was the perfect and characteristic type of a torero, such as Spanish fancy has always imagined it.

To their wives is due much of the making and all the keeping up of the elaborate and costly dress of the torero.

The story hinges upon the rivalry of the gentleman and the torero for the good graces of the grisette.

But her movement was too late; the torero had seen her; with his hand he waved a salutation.

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