Definition for capri (2 of 2)
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A trio played a series of golden oldies—“Moon River,” “The Isle of Capri,” and “Over the Rainbow.”Richard Nixon’s 100th Birthday Draws Kissinger & Others to Schmaltzy Bash|Sandra McElwaine|January 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Also in June, Aniston and Theroux were spotted vacationing in Paris, and then aboard a yacht in Capri, Italy.Meet Justin Theroux, Jennifer Aniston’s Once-Mysterious Husband-to-Be|Marlow Stern|August 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
If you have worked in the sex industry, it's painful to watch Capri Anderson being publicly insulted.
We can see how this might happen in Charlie's mixed-up universe, but how did Capri—an X-rated performer—end up there as well?
Dinner came to an end with roasted chestnuts brought by the Contessa from Capri.Miss Mapp|Edward Frederic Benson
I think it was at Capri—along the shores—but it was night-time—and I could not hear Nina because of the wind and the waves.Prince Fortunatus|William Black
Capri no longer owns a bishop, but the quail harvest still forms one—and perhaps the most important—item of the island's revenue.Vagaries|Axel Munthe
Capri then looked like a distant light-house, merely a brown rock rising out of the sea.
The people of Capri seem to live out of doors, for the warm sunshine and fresh breezes make summer and winter much alike there.The Sunbonnet Babies in Italy|Eulalie Osgood Grover