The rest of the journey was performed without any incident, and they reached the quinta twenty minutes later.
But these thirty or more patterns do not exhaust the interest of the quinta.
"In the quinta of a deserted plantation," replied the Caracunan.
You must stop at the quinta and take care of mamma and Lola.
He reached the Miserere, and, drawing rein at the quinta gate, looked over the hedge at the windows of the house beyond.
He could find no trace of him, and the occupants of the quinta could tell him nothing.
Antonio rose, for he calculated that it would be dark by the time he reached the quinta of the Marquis of Tavora.
I thought you said he went to the quinta after the fight at the Pasa Chico.
This quinta appears to me strong enough to resist a surprise.
Oh, then I should have hastened to gain my quinta, which I am very sorry I ever quitted.
"country house, villa," 1754, from Spanish and Portuguese quinta, originally a farm and house let out for a rent of one-fifth of its produce, from Latin quintus "one fifth," related to quinque "five" (see quinque-).