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Deledda

[ de-led-dah ]
/ dɛˈlɛd dɑ /
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noun
Gra·zia [grah-tsyah], /ˈgrɑ tsyɑ/, 1875–1936, Italian novelist.
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How to use Deledda in a sentence

  • Several of Grazia Deledda's novels have been translated into English, but they have not had great success.

    Idling in Italy|Joseph Collins
  • Grazia Deledda was displaying stereotypy and Zuccoli reploughed the familiar acre.

    Idling in Italy|Joseph Collins
  • I am thinking that this is the home of Grazia Deledda, the novelist, and I see a barber's shop.

    Sea and Sardinia|D. H. Lawrence

British Dictionary definitions for Deledda

Deledda
/ (Italian deˈlɛdda) /

noun
Grazia (ˈɡrattsja). 1875–1936, Italian novelist, noted for works, such as La Madre (1920), on peasant life in Sardinia: Nobel prize for literature 1926
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