(In Portuguese-speaking countries) a woman, especially a married woman (often used as a title or polite form of address): I look forward to hearing what Senhora Rocha decides
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- I think your photographs are going to come out nicely, minha senhora.
- ‘She called you uma bomba,’ he replies, smiling. ‘It means that she thinks you're a babe. She thinks you're very beautiful, senhora.’
- There is a lovely saying in Portuguese when the grapes change colour, which they do from one day to the next in the Douro Valley: ‘oh my, senhora, the painter came last night’.
Words that rhyme with senhoraabhorrer, adorer, Andorra, angora, aura, aurora, bora, Bora-Bora, borer, Camorra, Cora, corer, Dora, Eleonora, Eudora, explorer, fedora, flora, fora, ignorer, Isadora, Kia-Ora, Laura, Leonora, Maura, menorah, Nora, pakora, Pandora, pourer, roarer, scorer, señora, signora, snorer, soarer, Sonora, sora, storer, Theodora, Torah, Tuscarora, Vlorë
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