Meaning of tauromachian in English:

tauromachian

adjective

rare

See tauromachy

‘Braque, unlike Picasso, was not a bullfight enthusiast, and he probably included these tauromachian allusions - the only ones in his oeuvre - as a tribute to his friend.’
  • ‘I admired the tauromachian flourish with which, at the end of a haircut, they removed the white bib they had placed around their customers' necks.’
  • ‘Perhaps the outstanding characteristic of Aficionado is its almost massive minutiae about everything tauromachian.’
  • ‘Nîmes's colossal cultural heritage - historical, tauromachian and artistic - has resulted in the founding of several museums.’
  • ‘The tauromachian symbols are obvious and persistent, but along with them comes a range of other images drawn from folk memories and recollections.’