[sahr-toh; Italian sahr-taw]
- An·dre·a del [ahn-drey-uh del; Italian ahn-dre-ah del] /ɑnˈdreɪ ə dɛl; Italian ɑnˈdrɛ ɑ dɛl/. Andrea del Sarto.
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It was almost as bad as one of your football tussles, Sarto laughed.
I should like to have Sarto and Maffio, if you can spare them; as to the other three I leave it to you entirely.
Sarto asked, in some surprise at the tone in which Frank spoke.
But you dont think, you cant think, Percival—— Sarto said, in a tone of horror.
Frank was silent, and Sarto added, Do you not think so, Percival?
- Andrea del (anˈdrɛːa del). 1486–1531, Florentine painter. His works include The Nativity of the Virgin (1514) in the church of Sant' Annunziata, Florence