noun, plural Pun·chi·nel·los, Pun·chi·nel·loes.
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Origin of Punchinello
Example sentences from the Web for punchinello
The idea of "Punchinello" presented itself irresistibly at the sight of his parrot-like nose and suddenly-upturned chin.Miriam Monfort|Catherine A. Warfield
But any though he is, he is as capable of devotion to his Columbine as Punchinello, and remains faithfully mated year after year.Bird Neighbors|Neltje Blanchan
How I have sought the world for you, dear Punchinello, to tell you of my gratitude; but I could never find you.
Kings and queens had often hailed him thus, for Punchinello pleased all folk.
Punchinello, when the string is pulled, raises his right arm and his right leg at the same time.Delsarte System of Oratory|Various