But his dulcinea had wrought most wonderfully on his imagination.
And there he would sing to dulcinea, his platonic and only love.
dulcinea yields to it, and turns, eyes and lips bright with a warm smile, upon Miss Vibart.
A swain touched then his lute, or whatever you may call it, to his dulcinea.
At the banquet in the evening, Gray sits on one side of dulcinea and the handsome stranger on the other.
The papers say Sylvia, your dulcinea, has inherited a million.
"Our" American was sitting at the side of his odd dulcinea, and he again looked like a self-satisfied cox-comb.
When we are young, and in love, do we go to visit dulcinea or her brother Tom?
Even a Don Quixote must have his dulcinea, as well as horse and armor and squire.
On the other hand, dulcinea's governor is a stout baron of the old school.
"sweetheart," 1748, from the name of Don Quixote's mistress in Cervantes' romance, the name a Spanish fem. derivative of Latin dulce "sweet."