Maggiore

[muh-jawr-ee, -johr-ee; Italian mahd-jaw-re]
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Historical Examples of maggiore

  • We are planning a trip up the Maggiore to-morrow, and we have to have a cake to take with us.

    Jerry

    Jean Webster

  • We are planning a trip up the Maggiore tomorrow, and we have to have a cake to take with us.

    Jerry Junior

    Jean Webster

  • She looked away, gravely, toward the Maggiore rising from the midst of its clouds.

    Jerry Junior

    Jean Webster

  • We rode past them for miles and miles, and soon came in sight of the far-famed Maggiore.

    Over the Ocean

    Curtis Guild

  • The Maggiore seemed kindling the heavens with its clear, fierce blast.

    Shadows of Flames

    Amelie Rives


British Dictionary definitions for maggiore

Maggiore

noun
  1. Lake Maggiore a lake in N Italy and S Switzerland, in the S Lepontine Alps
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