noun, plural pi·az·zas, Italian piaz·ze [pyaht-tse]. /ˈpyɑt tsɛ/.
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Origin of piazza
OTHER WORDS FROM piazzapi·az·zaed, adjectivepi·az·zi·an, adjective
Words nearby piazza
Example sentences from the Web for piazza
At Baldoncini’s advice, I found a shop just down the road from the main piazza.‘The Mozart of fungi’: For ages, truffle hunting has been one of the most challenging pursuits on earth. Then the pandemic hit|Bernhard Warner|December 12, 2020|Fortune
Piazza talks to Sister Madonna Buder, the “Iron Nun,” who is the oldest person to ever finish an Ironman Triathlon.
“They would not be able to devote themselves so completely to service if they had a husband or kids,” asserts Piazza.
“I kept thinking, wow, nobody is telling the real story, which is all the good these women are doing,” says Piazza.
“He spent most of his time trying to impress me,” Campbell tells Piazza about a meeting with Ryan.
Yet that question, and its sad answer, hangs over If Nuns Ruled the World, by Jo Piazza.
This is held in the Piazza Carlo Alberto, which is the largest square in the town.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3)|Charles James Wills
Scattergood went back to his hardware store and sat down in his reinforced armchair on the piazza.
Apparently he was contented to sit on his piazza and see customers passing him by for the alluring bargains offered beyond.
Next noon Scattergood was in his usual place on the piazza of his store when the train came in.
Scattergood went back to his hardware store and seated himself on the piazza.
British Dictionary definitions for piazza
Word Origin for piazza
Cultural definitions for piazza
An open square, especially in a city or town in Italy.