noun, plural Pied·mon·tese.
Examples from the Web for piedmontese
In fact, as Gilmour notes, many more Lombards fought against the Piedmontese (and for the Austrians) than with them.
The Piedmontese tried to present this campaign of conquest as a liberation.
Piedmontese attempts to recruit soldiers elsewhere in Italy miserably failed.
Nobody suffered more from the Piedmontese conquest than the Italians of the South.
Be sure, however, that the truffles are Piedmontese; they have a slight flavor of garlic, rather agreeable than otherwise.The Fortunes Of Glencore|Charles James Lever
He settled at Turin for a time and established relations with Cavour and the Piedmontese liberals.
"You did not tell me that," cried the Piedmontese, turning to Léon.Library of the World's Best Mystery and Detective Stories|Edited by Julian Hawthorne
But, to his credit be it said, the Piedmontese declined the proposal with a polite bow.
Wasn't he to crush Piedmontese institutions like so many egg-shells?The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Volume II|Elizabeth Barrett Browning