noun, plural Pied·mon·tese.
Origin of Piedmontese
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Contemporary Examples of 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.
Historical Examples of piedmontese
But if, flushed with conquest, the Piedmontese press on to greater successes?The Daltons, Volume II (of II)
Charles James Lever
Don't trust a Piedmontese; that's the first commandment here.
Her husband is a Piedmontese, but she does not live with him.
They proved to be Piedmontese, forty-six in number, sent to occupy the pass.The Huguenots in France
The man seemed reassured and much amused, for he was a Piedmontese.Stradella
F(rancis) Marion Crawford