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Definition of Matadore

Matadore
Matadore Mat"a*dore, Matador Mat"a*dor, n. [Sp. matador, prop., a killer, fr. matar to kill, L. mactare to sacrifice, kill.] 1. The killer; the man appointed to kill the bull in bullfights. 2. (Card Playing) In the game of quadrille or omber, the three principal trumps, the ace of spades being the first, the ace of clubs the third, and the second being the deuce of a black trump or the seven of a red one. When Lady Tricksey played a four, You took it with a matadore. --Swift.

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- A bullfighter is a performer in the sport of bullfighting. "Torero" (Spanish: [toˈɾeɾo]) or "toureiro" (Portuguese: [toˈɾɐjɾu]) (both from Latin taurarius...
- ship Matadore. On 16 October during bad weather north of 19°0′N 117°20′E / 19.000°N 117.333°E / 19.000; 117.333, Golconda ran into Matadore and almost...
- ship Matadore. On 16 October during bad weather north of 19°0′N 117°20′E / 19.000°N 117.333°E / 19.000; 117.333, Golconda ran into Matadore and almost...
- Mackenzie, Neil (2012). The Medieval Boy Bishops. Leicestershire, England: Matadore. pp. 26–29. ISBN 978-1780880-082.  Shaheen, Naseeb (1999). Biblical References...
- National-Football-Teams.com V Púchove Afričan Lembakoali, v bratislavskom Matadore predligová nervozita *ANKETA 01.08.1997, sme.sk Ali Lembakoali veľvyslancom...
- top-scorer in 1946 with 24 goals. He moved to Italy where he became "Il Matadore" (The Killer), but returned to Argentina four seasons later. After winning...
- a boutique in Berlin. 1992–1996: Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten 1997: Matadore 1997: Frauenarzt Dr. Markus Merthin 1998: Wolffs Revier 1998: Polizeiruf...
- historical novels such as Thomas Münzer (1841); Mendoza (1847); and Die Matadore (1850). With Karl August Varnhagen von Ense, he edited Karl Ludwig von...
- Intelligence". Caledonian Mercury (17851). 28 November 1835.  "Loss of the "Matadore", Danish Ship - Perilous situation of the "Golconda"". The Sydney Herald...
- Harris saw a bull fight at the Seville fair where Espartero, the great matadore, who a few w****s later met his death in the bull ring at Madrid, was foremost...
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