- Mon·te [mawn-te] /ˈmɔn tɛ/, Italian name of Mont Blanc.
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Examples from the Web for bianco
Bianco was only too aware of the criticism that the scene and its ilk engendered, and expected it.
In person, Bianco is striking: graceful and porcelain-skinned, a soigné swan.
Yet Bianco thinks that the objectification of women in situations like these is not really relevant anymore.
Bianco is young and giddy, but full of talent when he chooses to apply it.Anecdotes of Dogs
Miss Bianco is remarkable now; and she will be what she will be.
As to the Bianco of 1448, we may here add a word to what has been already said.The Chronicle of the Discovery and Conquest of Guinea
Gomes Eannes de Azurara
Cardinal Bianco would not speak, because to speak of the future seemed to him to be Cf. Inf.Villani's Chronicle
Behind one of Miss Bianco's damsels, slit-eyed and straight-fingered, is a path leading to a small crude building.