Ballesteros



noun
Severiano (sevɛˈrjano). 1957–2011, Spanish professional golfer: won the British Open Championship (1979; 1984; 1988) and the US Masters (1980; 1983)
Historical Examples

It is the nature of France to prefer to have Rostopchine rather than ballesteros in front of her.
Les Misrables Victor Hugo

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