Quixote

Quixote

[kee-hoh-tee, kwik-suht; Spanish kee-haw-te]
noun
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Quixote (ˈkwɪksət, Spanish kiˈxote)
 
n
See Don Quixote

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Main Entry:  quixote
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  an enthusiastic but impractical and idealistic person; also written Quixote
Etymology:  for Don Quixote of Cervantes' novel
Main Entry:  Quixote
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  See quixote
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