Novara

[noh-vahr-uh; Italian naw-vah-rah]
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noun

a city in NE Piedmont, in NW Italy.

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Examples from the Web for novara

Historical Examples of novara

  • The mountaineer waved his finger as from Novara toward Milan.

    Vittoria, Complete

    George Meredith

  • It would have been a Novara to Pericles if Vittoria had refused to sing.

    Vittoria, Complete

    George Meredith

  • Yet he took up the march to Novara, stoical as became his race.

    Builders of United Italy

    Rupert Sargent Holland

  • The battle of Novara, fought March 23, 1849, marked the end.

    Builders of United Italy

    Rupert Sargent Holland

  • Aaron wrote to Novara, and asked if he should come to Italy, having no money to speak of.

    Aaron's Rod

    D. H. Lawrence


British Dictionary definitions for novara

Novara

noun

a city in NW Italy, in NE Piedmont: scene of the Austrian defeat of the Piedmontese in 1849. Pop: 100 910 (2001)
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