[tos-kuh; Italian taws-kah]
- an opera (1900) by Giacomo Puccini.
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Examples from the Web for tosca
The horse is followed by Tosca Zoppé, his trainer, who guides him through his paces.Giovanni Zoppé’s Real-Life Family Circus
October 21, 2012
Scarpia eats in Tosca and the heroine kills him with a table knife.The Merry-Go-Round
Carl Van Vechten
Tosca having departed, Cavaradossi lets Angelotti out of the chapel.
Tosca stops her ears with her hands so that she may not hear the explosion.
Quickly, jealously, Tosca examines it, sees the arms of the Attavanti.
With Tosca Scarpia begins his interview quietly, deferentially.