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Marcello

[mahr-chel-law] /mɑrˈtʃɛl lɔ/
noun
1.
Benedetto
[be-ne-det-taw] /ˌbɛ nɛˈdɛt tɔ/ (Show IPA),
1686–1739, Italian composer.
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  • Father Marcello, who is so reputed in the city, might be a good counsellor.

    Isabella Orsini

    Francesco Domenico Guerrazzi
  • Marina, who assumed the name of Marcello, was not long in want of a master.

    Alphonso and Marina Jean-Pierre Claris de Florian
  • "I have been watching the shower" Marcello answered, drawing her to the window.

    Whosoever Shall Offend

    F. Marion Crawford
  • "I suppose that women cannot always understand that," said Marcello, after a moment.

    Whosoever Shall Offend

    F. Marion Crawford
  • Marcello was the only person to whom he ever showed any inclination to attach himself.

    Whosoever Shall Offend

    F. Marion Crawford
  • She said this with the contempt which Marcello's extreme youth deserved.

    Whosoever Shall Offend

    F. Marion Crawford
  • "I am going to look for Marcello," she said, and she went off without turning her head.

    Whosoever Shall Offend

    F. Marion Crawford
  • "I am afraid Marcello is gone to Rome," she said, with an effort.

    Whosoever Shall Offend

    F. Marion Crawford
  • If we knew what ship that was, and where she is now, we could find Marcello.

    Whosoever Shall Offend

    F. Marion Crawford

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