Aleardi

[ ah-le-ahr-dee ]
/ ˌɑ lɛˈɑr di /

noun

Count A·le·ar·do [ah-le-ahr-daw] /ˌɑ lɛˈɑr dɔ/,1812–78, Italian poet and patriot.

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Example sentences from the Web for aleardi

  • A very little book holds all the poems which Aleardi has written, and I have named them nearly all.

    Modern Italian Poets|William Dean Howells
  • It is certain that art ceases to be less, and country more, in the poetry of Aleardi from this time.

    Modern Italian Poets|William Dean Howells
  • Such is the spirit, such is the manner, of the Prime Storie of Aleardi.

    Modern Italian Poets|William Dean Howells
  • Aleardi left Paris, and, after assisting at the ceremony of being bombarded in Bologna, retired to Genoa.

    Modern Italian Poets|William Dean Howells