noun, plural con·dot·tie·ri [kawn-duh-tyair-ee; Italian kawn-dawt-tye-ree] /ˌkɔn dəˈtyɛər i; Italian ˌkɔn dɔtˈtyɛ ri/.
Origin of condottiere
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Historical Examples of condottiere
The veteran Condottiere himself was no longer so scrupulous.The History of Pendennis
William Makepeace Thackeray
"The Condottiere" represents the fighting spirit of the Middle Ages.Watts (1817-1904)
William Loftus Hare
The Condottiere burst into a roar of laughter so violent that he had to lean against the mud wall, and hold his sides.The Armourer's Prentices
Charlotte M. Yonge
Seeing that the indignation of her mistress merely amused the condottiere the dwarf took a cajoling tone.
Henry of Navarre shall in reality be nothing but your condottiere, and I will not be exigeante.