Lu·i·sa [loo-ee-zah], /luˈi zɑ/, 1874–1940, Italian operatic soprano.
(often lowercase) served over pasta with a cream sauce, often flavored with sherry, sprinkled with cheese, and browned in the oven: chicken Tetrazzini.
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How to use Tetrazzini in a sentence
A hundred thousand people heard Tetrazzini when she did that four years ago.Abroad at Home | Julian Street
I imagine that Tetrazzini, whom I have not yet heard, must have this bird-like quality.
As I reached it, I heard a trill as perfect as Tetrazzini's.The Golden Slipper | Anna Katharine Green
Miss Jeannette Gilder was one of the ardent enthusiasts at the début of Tetrazzini.
He had intended to combine business with pleasure by taking Burke to hear Tetrazzini.Potash & Perlmutter | Montague Glass
British Dictionary definitions for Tetrazzini
Luisa (luˈiːza). 1871–1940, Italian coloratura soprano
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