noun, plural pic·co·los.
Origin of piccolo
Words nearby piccolo
Example sentences from the Web for piccolo
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
The piccolo player lay on his back on top of the piano, piping his shrill notes at the ceiling.The Day of the Beast|Zane Grey
I went on, "I owe you a supper, my friend, for that piccolo vezzeggiamento you have given me——"A Likely Story|William De Morgan
A sentence addressed to her must be as a piccolo, each word of it a stop, which she must be prepared to seize upon and play.The Trimmed Lamp|O. Henry
The piccolo who lights your cigar and accepts84 your five pfennigs at the Odéon is an Ethiopian dwarf.Europe After 8:15|H. L. Mencken, George Jean Nathan and Willard Huntington Wright
But Piccolo was then told to look in Lieblich Gedacht's pocket for a hazel nut, and when he found it to crack it.The Blue Rose Fairy Book|Maurice Baring
British Dictionary definitions for piccolo
noun plural -los
Word Origin for piccolo
Cultural definitions for piccolo
A small, high-pitched flute.