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Napoli

[nah-paw-lee] /ˈnɑ pɔ li/
noun
1.
Italian name of Naples.
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  • I do not know if the story is true, but this is the story, Signori, and there is the train for Napoli.

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  • Farewell, my own dear Napoli, farewell to thee, farewell to thee.

    The Lady Doc

    Caroline Lockhart
  • "The piccioni fly to Napoli," said Tilia breathlessly behind him.

  • Not a word did either of them speak until he stopped before the Napoli.

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    Arthur Somers Roche
  • She forgot to thank him as she ran up the stairs into the Napoli.

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  • Without arousing the slightest suspicion, Clancy left the Napoli.

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  • She learned that Washington Square was a couple of miles from the Napoli.

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  • It was a different view from that which she had had at the Napoli.

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  • All Fay knows of you is that you were living at the Napoli, and were going in the movies, she thought.

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British Dictionary definitions for Napoli

Napoli

/ˈnaːpoli/
noun
1.
the Italian name for Naples
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