noun, plural Gen·o·ese.
Origin of Genoese
Examples from the Web for genoese
Between sixteen thousand and eighteen thousand French and Genoese were killed, either cut down on deck or drowned.
Nissa, which became Nizza under the rule of the Genoese and of the Savoyards, had nothing of the provincial about it.
King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella learned of the Genoese explorer's success not from his own pen, but from the mouth of Santangel.
He applied to the Genoese, who rejected his scheme as impracticable; then to Portugal; then to Spain.
After which the Fortress of Chioggia is disclosed, with a bivouac of the Genoese garrison.Punch Volume 102, May 28, 1892|Various
Who dare reproach the Genoese Calvin for burning the physician Servetus at the stake?Human, All Too Human|Friedrich Nietzsche
A dispute as to an alleged Venetian corsair captured by the Genoese ended in a riot.Venice and its Story|Thomas Okey
Soon the Venetians, and their neighbours the Genoese, monopolised the commerce of the Mediterranean.Man on the Ocean|R.M. Ballantyne