OTHER WORDS FROM Decameron, TheDe·cam·er·on·ic [dih-kam-uh-ron-ik], /dɪˌkæm əˈrɒn ɪk/, adjective
How to use Decameron, The in a sentence
The Decameron is an absolute work of art, as "detached" as a play by Shakespeare or a portrait by Velasquez.
The true weakness of the Decameron in comparison with that of the Canterbury Tales is not a weakness of design but of character.
But it is in its extraordinary variety of contents and character that the Decameron is chiefly remarkable.
Yet only a Puritan, and he foul-minded, could call the Decameron vicious, for it is purified with an immortal laughter and joy.
Petrarch, however, stood alone; from the day the Decameron was finished its influence both in Italy and abroad was very great.