[strom-buh-lee; Italian strawm-baw-lee]
- an island off the NE coast of Sicily, in the Lipari group.
- an active volcano on this island. 3040 feet (927 meters).
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Examples from the Web for stromboli
On his way he fell in with the Stromboli, from England, with a detachment of 200 marines.How Britannia Came to Rule the Waves
Very appropriately, Stromboli has been called “the lighthouse of the Mediterranean.”Volcanoes
Robert I. Tilling
Stromboli has also been described by Spallanzani, Hoffmann, Daubeny, and others.Volcanoes: Past and Present</p>
The plea of justification, that Booty ran into Hell, is hardly supported by evidence that he ran into the flames at Stromboli.
Captain Barnaby said he was certain it was old Booty, which he saw running over Stromboli and into the flames of hell.The Ghost World</p>
T. F. Thiselton (Thomas Firminger Thiselton) Dyer
- an island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, in the Lipari Islands off the N coast of Sicily: famous for its active volcano, 927 m (3040 ft) high
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