[kal-yoh-stroh; Italian kah-lyaws-traw]
- Count A·les·san·dro di [ah-les-sahn-draw dee] /ˌɑ lɛsˈsɑn drɔ di/, Giuseppe Balsamo, 1743–95, Italian adventurer and impostor.
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Examples from the Web for cagliostro
Cagliostro was ordered by the Inquisition to explain the meaning of this paper.Art in England
Cagliostro continued: "What is the first requisite to life?"
The king remained silent, and Cagliostro buried his head in his hands.
She left the room, and Cagliostro was about to follow her when Richelieu stopped him.
"It is not necessary for you to suffer, sir," said Cagliostro.
- Count Alessandro di (alesˈsandro di), original name Giuseppe Balsamo. 1743–95, Italian adventurer and magician, who was imprisoned for life by the Inquisition for his association with freemasonry
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