noun, plural cam·pa·ni·les [kam-puh-nee-leez, -neelz] /ˌkæm pəˈni liz, -ˈnilz/, cam·pa·ni·li [kam-puh-nee-lee; Italian kahm-pah-nee-lee] /ˌkæm pəˈni li; Italian ˌkɑm pɑˈni li/.
Origin of campanile
Examples from the Web for campanile
"It is the bell of the Campanile tolling," the merchant exclaimed.The Lion of Saint Mark|G. A. Henty
The great bell of the Campanile would ring furious alarm peals.Lalage's Lovers|George A. Birmingham
Many of us are familiar with the ordinary form of the Italian bell-tower or campanile.Lectures on Architecture and Painting|John Ruskin
The campanile of this cathedral is pointed and very high; it can be seen from all parts of the city.
The top of the campanile was replaced after the earthquake of 1667.The Shores of the Adriatic|F. Hamilton Jackson