or Car·mel·la

[ kahr-mel-uh ]


  1. a female given name, form of Carmel.

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Example Sentences

I’m there for Carmela’s simmering anger, for Paulie annoying everyone around him, for Livia Soprano’s put-downs.

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Meanwhile, Carmela has an erotic religion-tinged flirtation with Father Phil back at the house.

Carmela was so much about the hair, the nails, the makeup, the jewelry, all that.

Is there a character that was harder to shake when you went home, either Carmela from The Sopranos or Jackie?

The character had his ups and downs with his wife, Carmela, played by Edie Falco.

But Falco is more than this… Carmela is that rare beast—the modern, multi-faceted Mafioso's consort.

Suddenly Carmela bounded like a startled fawn, and cast herself between the two men.

"Lanzi is not amiable to-day," the Jaguar observed, when he found himself alone with Carmela.

Carmela had grown an exquisite maiden, and the venta had increased the number of its customers.

The reader must not feel surprised at the virile heroism Carmela displayed under the present circumstances.

This explanation did away with all alarm, and Carmela and Lanzi were delighted at having met again thus providentially.