- (used to express the highest praise to a performer).
Origin of bravissimo
Examples from the Web for bravissimo
Historical Examples of bravissimo
Before our faces, of course, they only clapped their snowy kid gloves, and murmured "Bravissimo!"
This little surprise delighted the audience immensely; they clapped, and cried 'Bravo, bravissimo!'Life Of Mozart, Vol. 2 (of 3)
I often called out bravo, bravissimo, for I always remembered that it was only her third appearance.The Letters of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Vol. 1
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- very well done! excellent!