noun, plural con·ti [kawn-tee] /ˈkɔn ti/. Italian.
plural Con·tés [kohn-teyz, kon-teez; French kawn-tey] /koʊnˈteɪz, ˈkɒn tiz; French kɔ̃ˈteɪ/.
Origin of Conté
Related Words for conteversion, fantasy, fable, biography, information, feature, fiction, book, comedy, memoir, description, myth, autobiography, anecdote, adventure, report, article, tragedy, novel, drama
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Contemporary Examples of conte
So Conte conceived of a solution: what if you built a website that connected potential patrons to content creators?
“I knew it was going to get at least 250,000 views and that that would generate me $18 of ad income [on YouTube],” says Conte.
Actually for Conte, who has a passionate aversion to labeling, that may be a bit too much categorization for his liking.
Historical Examples of conte
Conte Nino was striding to and fro; he muttered threats of death.The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 2
It was owned and captained by a conte, who also collected the fares.My Life
The piece, which is called a Conte d'Amour, is in five short acts.Iconoclasts
Conte di Caylus, and supposes the author to have been the younger Mariette.A Treatise on Painting
Leonardo Da Vinci
Adventure with lady and chessmen in tower as in Conte del Graal.The Legend of Sir Lancelot du Lac
Jessie L. Weston