morbidezza, mor-bi-det′za, n. that quality of flesh-painting which gives the impression of life.
Her light drapery is raised by the breeze, and discovers the beautiful form and morbidezza of her limbs.
He can't persuade us, Lady Auriol, that he is afflicted with the morbidezza of 1830.
They blend the morbidezza of the senses with a rare feeling for natural and artistic beauty.
This morbidezza of the spirit the Mahometans call Kef; the Christians, pious ecstasy.
The colouring was more soft and Roman, with the dull gleam of pearls, a distinguished pallor, morbidezza.
A bad painter often hits the general features, though he fall ever so short of the graces of Titian, or the morbidezza of Guido.
Was love ever painted with more truth and 'morbidezza' than in the ninth book?
She was tall, and her lovely arms showed through the black gauze of her dress with an exquisite roundness and morbidezza.