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[tah-awr-mee-nah] /ˌtɑ ɔrˈmi nɑ/
a resort commune in Messina, in E Sicily, Italy: Roman remains. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • He is patron of Taormina, where he has possessed himself of a Greek temple; and he also protects the faithful of Giardini.

  • Then we accompanied them to the station and saw them off for Taormina.

    Castellinaria Henry Festing Jones
  • Here are two Americans our prisoners, and they have many and powerful friends, both at Taormina and at Naples.

    Aunt Jane's Nieces Abroad Edith Van Dyne
  • I have received a message from Garibaldi, ordering me to move to Taormina, on the sea-coast.

    Out with Garibaldi G. A. Henty
  • In commemoration of one of the cities he had laid in ashes, he was created Duke of Taormina.

  • She will further recollect assenting to my suggestion of a villa at Taormina.

    The Sixth Sense Stephen McKenna
  • Happily I had made friends with a young man of Taormina—capo della musica—who happened to be at the station.

    The Story of My Life, volumes 4-6 Augustus J. C. Hare
  • The blue of ocean, the white of Etna, the gray of Taormina—this is the scene.

    Heart of Man George Edward Woodberry
  • Taormina is bound to the green hillside by one long, curving white ribbon of a street, with flying tag-ends of alleys and byways.

    Vistas in Sicily Arthur Stanley Riggs
  • I have learned now that Taormina is famous for these marbles.

    Heart of Man George Edward Woodberry

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