[sal-vuh-tawr, -tohr; Italian sahl-vah-taw-re]
- a male given name.
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Examples from the Web for salvatore
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The former ended with the military coup that overthrew President Salvatore Allende.Beyond Another Bolaño Release: Other Great Latino Writers
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Her first husband was a moody Italian named Salvatore Russo.Thank God My Moms Are Lesbians
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He knew that Maurice had been done to death by the betrayed girl's father, Salvatore.A Spirit in Prison
Salvatore was talking to some fishermen from Catania upon the steps.
"If you would like to buy a cart, signore——" began Salvatore.
"He can leave the cart with me," said Salvatore, with open impudence.
As he felt it in his the desire to strike at Salvatore revived within him.