The French family had brought a fat, smiling abb as cicerone.
Having introduced us, she desired him to act as cicerone to me until I was tired.
Any man, Mrs. Dale, would feel important as your cicerone, and in company with Mrs. Gower.
Not at all, it was the call of the cicerone who had something to impart.
We went for a drive with M. Mathias, who will be our cicerone here, as he knows Stockholm well.
He had, of course, much to see, and it was a delight to me to be his cicerone.
I must needs take a cicerone, and run to gaze at the frescoes.'
In doing so we are in the hands of a cicerone who is not satisfied to speak by rote.
East was great in the character of cicerone; he carried Tom through the great gates, where were only two or three boys.
"With your permission, Walter, I will take the part of cicerone," said the new voice.