Tasso

[ tas-oh; Italian tahs-saw ]

noun
  1. Tor·qua·to [tawr-kwah-taw], /tɔrˈkwɑ tɔ/, 1544–95, Italian poet.

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How to use Tasso in a sentence

  • Tasso gripped the take-off switch, running her fingers over the smooth metal.

    Second Variety | Philip Kindred Dick
  • "Tasso," answered Billy; and then seeing Mr. Parker at a distance, and wishing to speak to him, he walked away.

    The English Orphans | Mary Jane Holmes

British Dictionary definitions for Tasso

Tasso

/ (Italian ˈtasso) /


noun
  1. Torquato (torˈkwaːto). 1544–95, Italian poet, noted for his pastoral idyll Aminta (1573) and for Jerusalem Delivered (1581), dealing with the First Crusade

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