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Rigoletto

[ rig-uh-let-oh; Italian ree-gaw-let-taw ]

noun

  1. an opera (1851) with music by Giuseppe Verdi.


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Example Sentences

On returning to the dining-room, I perceived that the picture representing Rigoletto, the hunchbacked jester, was no longer there.

Rigoletto is unpleasant, but it is a superlatively fine tragedy in the Nemesis.

His greatest rle was the Duke in Rigoletto and there was no one I ever heard who could compare with him in it.

He had planned to put in the time strolling about town, when Professor Rigoletto appeared.

I knew he was beset by such requests, but he immediately gave me a hearing, and I was engaged for one performance of Rigoletto.

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