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agata

[ ag-uh-tuh ]

noun

  1. an American art glass having a mottled, glossy, white and rose surface.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of agata1

< Italian: agate < Latin achātēs

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Example Sentences

If my soles are to be shod with blows, the honest priest of Sant' Agata will be cheated by a penitent.

And it would seem that the Duke of St. Agata is happy in the possession of an honest and faithful follower?

"Place," cried the Duke of Sant' Agata, whose person and voice were alike unknown to them.

Duke of Sant' Agata, may thy patron hear thy prayers, as thou provest kind to this innocent and confiding child!

I only regret thou should'st find me, where, no doubt, you expected to meet the Duca di Sant' Agata himself.

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