[ US /səˈvɪɫ/ ]
  1. a city in southwestern Spain; a major port and cultural center; the capital of bullfighting in Spain
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How To Use Seville In A Sentence

  • The food is gutsy and unpretentious, and recipes such as squid stuffed with raisins and pine kernels, or polenta and Seville orange cake, certainly do it for me.
  • I must brush up on my Spanish before I go to Seville.
  • Isidore of Seville composed both terms figura and forma (Differentiae, Ch. 1). Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • Its publication is also the launchpad for an exhibition that has been shown in Madrid and Seville and will be coming to London early next year.
  • Seville is scorching in high summer.
  • All-in-all there were 13 championship bests at Seville in 1999.
  • ‘Pete’ explores the bizarre nature of operatics, in its short gestation it seems to dig into ‘Barber of Seville’ as done by Viv Stanshall in a parallel universe.
  • Seville cathedral, did his share as editor by writing two prefaces, one addressed to Sarmiento de Mendoza, and the other to Olivares who was manifestly expected to pronounce against Gongorism. Fray Luis de León A Biographical Fragment
  • This production of Bizet's hot-blooded opera is to be sung in French with English surtitles and features a new set by Felix Bessonov based on the city of Seville.
  • For example, in one early scene, he wakes Barrett up with a boisterous aria from ‘The Barber of Seville,’ but his hand over Barrett gently mimes a stabbing motion.
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