[pou-lee; Italian pah-aw-lee]
- Pasquale di,1725–1807, Corsican military leader, statesman, and patriot.
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Examples from the Web for paoli
The Saracen's Head, which had welcomed Paoli before now, received the travellers.
This is enjoying the fruit of my labours, and appearing like the friend of Paoli.'
Things had gone hard with Paoli since Boswell had been in the island.
I owed fifteen paoli to the inn-keeper and four to the surgeon.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
Paoli came, that grim and bloody surprise at the dead of night.The Tory Maid
Herbert Baird Stimpson