noun, plural lar·gos.
Origin of largo
Definition for largo (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for largo
But Largo sees his new book on religion as a natural extension of his previous work.
Largo is now taking a few months off to figure out his next move.
At this moment we found ourselves upon a public square—a largo steeped in the soft glow of the night.The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard|Anatole France
She finished the last note of the Largo and sat quiet for a moment.The Brimming Cup|Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Of course, no one can be at a loss to distinguish a Largo from a Presto.The Orchestral Conductor|Hector Berlioz
We turn up the Largo Carlo-Felice, the second wide gap of a street, a vast but very short boulevard, like the end of something.Sea and Sardinia|D. H. Lawrence
He told us he was born at Largo in the county of Fife, Scotland, and was bred a sailor from his youth.Life Aboard a British Privateer in the Time of Queen Anne|Robert C. Leslie