noun, plural ber·sa·glie·ri [ber-suh l-yair-ee; Italian ber-sah-lye-ree] /ˌbɛr səlˈyɛər i; Italian ˌbɛr sɑˈlyɛ ri/.
Origin of bersagliere
Examples from the Web for bersagliere
A Bersagliere prisoner who recognised the King, at a sign from him gave the required testimony, and he was allowed to pass.
An Austrian corporal fell, mortally wounded by a Bersagliere whom he conjured, in Italian, to listen to what he had got to say.
Loud voices are singing the Bersagliere hymn as a duet under my window.Recollections Of My Childhood And Youth|George Brandes
A newsboy was calling out the Fanfulla and the Bersagliere for sale.The conquest of Rome|Matilde Serao