noun, plural si·gno·ri [sin-yawr-ee, -yohr-ee; Italian see-nyaw-ree]. /sɪnˈyɔr i, -ˈyoʊr i; Italian siˈnyɔ ri/.
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Origin of signore1
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Example sentences from the Web for signore
"If the signore solves it himself, then I cannot be charged with revealing the truth," was the man's diplomatic reply.
"I am not here to reveal to you who they are, signore, only to warn you to have a care of yourself," was the Italian's reply.
Signore, foam shall suffice to teach obedience—thou hast heard the most gracious will of the Senate.The Royal Pawn of Venice|Mrs. Lawrence Turnbull
Thank you, Signore, but we will depart forthwith, for there is no tarrying in this house.The Bible in Spain|George Borrow
Our blessed Lady and all the saints reward you, dear Signore!A Night on the Borders of the Black Forest|Amelia B. Edwards