rilievo

[ ree-lye-vaw; English ril-yev-oh ]
/ riˈlyɛ vɔ; English rɪlˈyɛv oʊ /

noun, plural ri·lie·vi [ree-lye-vee; English ril-yev-ee]. /riˈlyɛ vi; English rɪlˈyɛv i/. Italian.

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  • Often he stood in Tartarus, and found, in this still life of death in rilievo, peace of soul.

    Titan: A Romance v. 1 (of 2)|Jean Paul Friedrich Richter

British Dictionary definitions for rilievo

rilievo
/ Italian (riˈljevo, English ˌrɪlɪˈeɪvəʊ) /

noun plural -vi (-vi, English -viː)

another name for relief (def. 9)
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