Silone

[ si-loh-nee; Italian see-law-ne ]
/ sɪˈloʊ ni; Italian siˈlɔ nɛ /

noun

I·gna·zio [ee-nyah-tsyaw], /iˈnyɑ tsyɔ/, Secondo Tranquilli, 1900–78, Italian author.

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British Dictionary definitions for Silone

Silone
/ (Italian siˈloːne) /

noun

Ignazio (iɲˈɲattsjo). 1900–78, Italian writer, noted for his humanitarian socialistic novels, Fontamara (1933) and Bread and Wine (1937)
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