An Italian politician of the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries, known for his treachery and cruelty. He was the brother of Lucrezia Borgia.
Words nearby Borgia, Cesare
How to use Borgia, Cesare in a sentence
Arnaud has the strong, firmly cut features and brooding eyes of the real Cesare.
His Cesare is at first reluctant to go about his father's business—I'd call him the Renaissance Michael Corleone.
Cesare came to New York City in the early 1990s, eager to introduce his style of Tuscan cuisine to an American audience.
True Tuscan: Flavors and Memories from the Countryside of Tuscany by Cesare Casella.
That was not the device of a woman who loved—it savored rather of the cool state-craft of a Lucrezia Borgia.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
I regard Lucrezia Borgia as a homicidal maniac, and Torquemada as a religious maniac.God and my Neighbour|Robert Blatchford
Cesare Balbo in Piedmont was pleading for the same mild policy, without its faith in the Papacy.The Life of Mazzini|Bolton King
Lucretia Borgia, with all them tur'ble recordin' notches on the handle!
"Lucretia Borgia" was the high-sounding and significant name Welcome had bestowed upon an ancient revolver.