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[kaw-rah-sawn, -thawn] /ˌkɔ rɑˈsɔn, -ˈθɔn/
noun, plural corazones
[kaw-rah-saw-nes, -thaw-] /ˌkɔ rɑˈsɔ nɛs, -ˈθɔ-/ (Show IPA).
the heart.
courage; spirit.
love; affection; compassion or sympathy.
(often used in direct address as a term of endearment) lover; beloved. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Craney himself stayed on at corazon in the cocoa trade, meaning to take up contracts with the French and English agencies.

    The Belted Seas Arthur Colton
  • “He went far, no doubt, corazon,” said old 13 Anita comfortably.

    Tharon of Lost Valley Vingie E. Roe
  • A collection of short stories, among which "corazon" and "Neutria" are excellent on horses.

  • I recollect it was a little cafe in corazon, where Craney and I sat that evening.

    The Belted Seas Arthur Colton
  • Yet the first time I saw him again, after leaving him at corazon, he heaved some at me, but he didn't know it was poetry.

    The Belted Seas Arthur Colton
  • I went out in the steep cobbled street that runs down to the shore of corazon Bay.

    The Belted Seas Arthur Colton

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