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Falieri

[Italian fah-lye-ree]
noun
  1. Ma·rí·no [Italian mah-ree-naw] /Italian mɑˈri nɔ/, 1278?–1355, Venetian army commander: doge of Venice 1354–55.
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Also Fa·lie·ro [Italian fah-lye-raw] /Italian fɑˈlyɛ rɔ/.
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Examples from the Web for falieri

Historical Examples

  • On the second, Parozzi sat in his own apartment, with Memmo and Falieri.

    The Bravo of Venice

    Heinrich Zschokke

  • I would like to tell you about the Dandolos and Foscari, and all the others, including the Falieri.

    Irma in Italy

    Helen Leah Reed

  • Death stills disappointment as well as rage, and Falieri is said to have acknowledged the justice of his sentence.

  • That Falieri desired to establish—as so many had done in other cities—an independent despotism in Venice, seems entirely unproved.

  • A superb banquet was preparing in the palace of the Falieri family at Venice.

    Genius in Sunshine and Shadow

    Maturin Murray Ballou