noun, plural brac·cia [brah-chuh, -chee-uh]. /ˈbrɑ tʃə, -tʃi ə/.
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She was a Braccio herself, and Corona laughed, though she knew there was truth in the saying.Corleone|F. Marion Crawford
Braccio does not deny what Luria divines; charges have been prepared against him,—he will be tried that night.The Browning Cyclopdia|Edward Berdoe
The braccio is one foot ten inches and seven eighths English measure.A Treatise on Painting|Leonardo Da Vinci
Francesco began to fear that she might go mad, though there was no insanity in the Braccio family.Pietro Ghisleri|F. (Francis) Marion Crawford
Besides encouraging sports, fighting wars, and arranging civil matters, Braccio had a passion for building.The Story of Perugia|Margaret Symonds