/ (ˈstrɛpɪˈtəʊsəʊ) /
music (to be performed) boisterously
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Word Origin for strepitoso
Italian, literally; noisily
Words nearby strepitoso
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Example sentences from the Web for strepitoso
Let us touch ever so lightly on her three children, Poco, Confuoco, and Strepitoso.Terribly Intimate Portraits|Nol Coward