Lucrezia Borgia

[ loo-kret-see-uh-bawr-juh, bawr-zhuh, -kree-shuh; Italian loo-kre-tsyah bawr-jah ]

  1. an opera (1833) by Gaetano Donizetti.

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How to use Lucrezia Borgia in a sentence

  • That was not the device of a woman who loved—it savored rather of the cool state-craft of a Lucrezia Borgia.

    The Red Year | Louis Tracy
  • I regard Lucrezia Borgia as a homicidal maniac, and Torquemada as a religious maniac.

    God and my Neighbour | Robert Blatchford
  • In 1499 the equivocal, enigmatic Lucrezia Borgia came to inhabit the castle of Spoleto.

  • Madame Brinvilliers's opinion of Lucrezia Borgia would be edifying reading!

    From the Easy Chair, series 2 | George William Curtis
  • The London season of 1839 was remarkable for the production of "Lucrezia Borgia."

    Great Singers, Second Series | George T. Ferris