verb (used with object), I·tal·ian·at·ed, I·tal·ian·at·ing.
Examples from the Web for italianate
There was Blondie on has right and a lovely Italianate brunette on the other side.The Strange and Mysterious Death of Mrs. Jerry Lee Lewis|Richard Ben Cramer|January 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The choir stalls (1520-29) are masterpieces; Italianate fawns and Bacchantes are placed beside sacred personages.How France Built Her Cathedrals|Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly
The Frenchified traveller came in for a good share of satire, but darker things were said of the Italianate Englishman.English Travellers of the Renaissance|Clare Howard
Mr. Brokenshire's richly Italianate dwelling was to her just a house.The High Heart|Basil King
Mr. Bolster's house was a pretentious building in the Italianate Gothic style, with Byzantine and other features.Upsidonia|Archibald Marshall
Near the house was an Italianate garden, with balustradings and statuary, and a great wealth of roses and flowering shrubs.The Passionate Friends|Herbert George Wells
British Dictionary definitions for italianate
Word Origin and History for italianate
1570s, from Italian Italianato "rendered Italian," from Italiano (see Italian).