noun, plural pa·laz·zi [puh-laht-see; Italian pah-laht-tsee] /pəˈlɑt si; Italian pɑˈlɑt tsi/.
Origin of palazzo
Examples from the Web for palazzo
In its Spring/Summer 2014 ready-to-wear collection, Bottega Veneta created looks with colors inspired by the Roman palazzo of old.Bottega Veneta Spring/Summer 2014: Palazzo Fashion|Liza Foreman|September 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The society is set in a picturesque medieval mini castle not far from the Palazzo Vecchio.Dan Brown’s ‘Inferno’ Sparks Dante Fever in Florence|Barbie Latza Nadeau|May 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Big, bearded, and graying, Schnabel lives in a neo-Venetian palazzo in Greenwich Village.
Outside the palazzo, there are three flags, the European, the Venetian, and the Mexican – the last one is blood-stained.
François Pinault, at the opening of the Palazzo Grassi two years ago, exhibited his own skull X-rayed by Piotr Uklanski.
Take me to the Palazzo Ugochini—just to prove that you were wrong.The Gambler|Katherine Cecil Thurston
When we reached the Palazzo Orsi a servant came out to meet us, and told Checco that a messenger was waiting with important news.The Making of a Saint|William Somerset Maugham
Pochi giorni prima di lasciare Pisa eravamo verso sera insieme seduti nel giardino del Palazzo Lanfranchi.Life of Lord Byron, With His Letters And Journals, Vol. 5 (of 6)|(Lord Byron) George Gordon Byron
A temporary stage was erected in the great hall of the Palazzo Gonzaga.Some Forerunners of Italian Opera|William James Henderson
At the Palazzo Monaldeschi Daoud saw an air of preparation, of forces gathering, of confidence.The Saracen: The Holy War|Robert Shea