Mazzini [ maht- tsee-nee, mahd- dzee-; English mat- see-nee, mad- zee- ] SHOW IPA / mɑtˈtsi ni, mɑdˈdzi-; English mætˈsi ni, mædˈzi- / PHONETIC RESPELLING noun Giu·sep·pe 1805–72, [joo- zep-pe], /dʒuˈzɛp pɛ/, Italian patriot and revolutionary.
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OTHER WORDS FROM Mazzini Maz·zi·ni·an [mat- see-nee- uhn, mad- zee‐], /mætˈsi ni ən, mædˈzi‐/, adjective, noun Words nearby Mazzini Mazu
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How to use Mazzini in a sentence
Buonarrotti, suspicious of the whole design, did his best to discredit
Mazzini among his own men.
Apart, however, from money troubles,
Mazzini's external life gradually brightened.
But, whatever may have been the immediate fruits of
Mazzini's work, at all events his ideas triumphed.
In some of its articles
Mazzini appears at his best,—more tolerant, less dogmatic and theoretical. British Dictionary definitions for Mazzini noun Giuseppe (dʒuˈzɛppe). 1805–72, Italian nationalist. In 1831, in exile, he established the Young Italy association in Marseille, which sought to unite Italy as a republic. In 1849 he was one of the triumvirate that ruled the short-lived Roman republic
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