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1. The word Picadored is an adjective form of "picador" that is not a formal English word

2. “His nostrils flared, he was breathing like a Picadored bull.” ― Jerry Spinelli, Maniac Magee

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4. "His nostrils flared, he was breathing like a Picadored bull." - Jerry Spinelli, Maniac Magee

5. A Picadored bull is a bull that had its neck muscles lanced as part of a bullfight (to keep its head lowered), which further enrages the bull.

6. “His nostrils flared, he was breathing like a Picadored [speared] bull.”flared: _____9

7. His nostrils flared, he was breathing like a Picadored bull

8. A raft plunged … Picadored green people tethered to years wend their way, squawking about an adventure without a conch, conversation you could swim in, also magnify …

9. The meeting started off with a stunningly beautiful émigré in a beaver fur hat and street-salted boots stomping up to the public seats cursing under her breathe and shooting adrenaline out her nostrils like a spooked bull who had just been Picadored and made to walk six blocks down the middle of busy streets at rush hour under a gorgeous sunset slipping in front of speeding automobiles the

10. His nostrils flared, he was breathing like a Picadored bull

11. Michael Rosenberg that unraveled my unusual case of a burst tortured and tumored spleen, thoroughly Picadored a two-week Rio Negro trophy

12. Picadored extremely agitated, ready to fight; a picador is a horseman who opens a bullfight by irritating the bull with pricks from a lance so that the bull is ready to charge unbeknownst

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What does 'picadored' mean?

(pĭk′ə-dôr′, pē′kä-dôr′) n. pl. pic·a·dors or pic·a·do·res (pē′kä-dō′rĕs) A horseman in a bullfight who lances the bull's neck muscles so that it will tend to keep its head low for the later stages of the fight. [Spanish, from picar, to prick; see picaro.]

What does Picador mean?

Definition of picador : a horseman in a bullfight who jabs the bull with a lance to weaken its neck and shoulder muscles Examples of picador in a Sentence Recent Examples on the Web There is some merit in both views, and few people on either side will miss Mr. Trump’s wandering ruminations and his jousts with his media picadors.

What does Picado mean in Spanish?

n. pl. pic·a·dors or pic·a·do·res (pē′kä-dō′rĕs) A horseman in a bullfight who lances the bull's neck muscles so that it will tend to keep its head low for the later stages of the fight. [Spanish, from picar, to prick; see picaro.]

What does Picaro mean?

A horseman in a bullfight who lances the bull's neck muscles so that it will tend to keep its head low for the later stages of the fight. [Spanish, from picar, to prick; see picaro.] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.

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