[ kuh-noh-lee; Italian kahn-naw-lee ]
/ kəˈnoʊ li; Italian kɑnˈnɔ li /
plural noun Italian Cookery.
tubular pastry shells stuffed with a sweetened filling of whipped ricotta and often containing nuts, citron, or bits of chocolate.
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Examples from the Web for cannoli
Patrons eat their cannoli slowly and deliberately, dabbing the powdered sugar on their plates with licked fingers.
“I used to switch back and forth between Cheetahs and here,” she says while eating a cannoli supplied by a regular.