noun, plural si·gno·ras, Italian si·gno·re [see-nyaw-re]. /siˈnyɔ rɛ/.
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One day I observed to her with a smile, “Do you know, signora, I find a resemblance between you and one who was very dear to me.”My Ten Years' Imprisonment|Silvio Pellico
After the overture Signora Palazzesi sang "with a bell-like, magnificent voice, and great bravura."Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician|Frederick Niecks
And immediately Lori would whistle, just in the tone used by his master, and the Signora then returned joyfully into the room.
It was one fine morning, and Lori sat upon the top of his cage, calling out in his shrillest tones: ‘Signora, Signora!’
The old Signora Montani is bedridden; how could she get to mass?