Origin of piccolo
Words nearby piccolo
How to use piccolo in a sentence
Piccolo was diagnosed with cancer in 1969 at the age of 25 and died less than a year later.7 Great Football Flicks From Horse Feathers to Friday Night Lights|The Daily Beast|January 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He began whistling as clearly and correctly as a piccolo the air of a recently published waltz.The Dreamer|Mary Newton Stanard
It was a very unsatisfactory kiss because we had to purse our lips like a pair of piccolo players to make them meet.Highways in Hiding|George Oliver Smith
And on state occasions, we are joined by an attorney-at-law who plays the piccolo.
The piccolo, passing sandwiches, looks up with hearty response.
Cosimo could only pipe—one little note, high and thin as that of a piccolo.A Crooked Mile|Oliver Onions
British Dictionary definitions for piccolo
Word Origin for piccolo
Cultural definitions for piccolo
A small, high-pitched flute.