Word usage examples
And it was Meyer who spotted a little group on one of the diagonal paths, carrying purchases from the public market, walking toward the largest hotel that fronted on the zocalo, an old ornate stone and plaster structure with a sign proclaiming it as the Hotel Marques del Valle.
One of the girls and three of the boys took off and headed slowly along one of the shady walks that angled across the zocalo, in the somnolence of the warm siesta afternoon.
We let Meyer off near the big camera store on Hidalgo and Enelio took me around the zocalo to drop me in front of the hotel.
I'd been up and down this veranda all day and all over the zocalo and the market, asking every kid I saw if they knew Minda McLeen.
In the Zocalo, the main square, the air was thick with humidity and the fluttering wings and songs of bright-eyed tropical birds.
These men were as eager to overthrow the Baptist as any Jewish Zealot to overthrow Rome.
The third, the memory which had just reproved me, was a religious fanatic, one of the Zealots who had preached the Faith and ruled the Ult during the wars and dominated the Council after victory.
Committee of Public Safety, it ended the anarchic process by which zealots could take the law into their own hands.
A ladder had been planted for the assault, but it was furiously shaken by a crowd of zealots and women: they beheld, with pious transport, the ministers of sacrilege tumbling from on high and dashed against the pavement: and the honors of the ancient martyrs were prostituted to these criminals, who justly suffered for murder and rebellion.
Kendall found Starr smooth, witty, polished, hardly a Republican zealot.