Rudolph Rodolpho d'Antonguolla, 1895–1926, U.S. motion-picture actor, born in Italy.
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How to use Valentino in a sentence
She reportedly wore clothing by high-end designers such as Alaïa, Dior, Valentino, and Miu Miu.How Inventing Anna Meticulously Recreated Scammer Anna Delvey’s Glamorous Wardrobe | Shannon Carlin | February 11, 2022 | Time
VICTORIA Valentino (1970) The former Playboy Playmate met Cosby in 1970 at Café Figaro, a restaurant the comedian co-owned.
A few weeks later, Valentino and her pal, an aspiring actress named Meg Foster, met Cosby again at Café Figaro.
“I reached out, grabbing him, trying to get his attention, trying to distract him,” Valentino told The Post.
But the New York City Ballet seems to have found the answer: Valentino.
Both discount retail stores (Target) and high-end luxury brands (Valentino & YSL) have regularly enlisted him for campaigns.Speed Read: Terry Richardson on Sex, Lies, and Lindsay Lohan | Justin Jones | June 16, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
I will raise me such an army as has never before been seen at any one time, and with this I shall seek out the Duca Valentino.Love-at-Arms | Raphael Sabatini
Agata, the village to which Guidobaldo fled by night when Valentino drove him from his dukedom.New Italian sketches | John Addington Symonds
Valentino and Castelvetro, not answering the citation, were excommunicated.The Duchess of Trajetto | Anne Manning
Aunt Caroline was devoting her moment of respite to a study of Signor Valentino.Good References | E. J. Rath
And Signor Valentino was gone in a rush of enthusiastic greeting.Good References | E. J. Rath
British Dictionary definitions for Valentino
Rudolph, original name Rodolpho Guglielmi di Valentina d'Antonguolla. 1895–1926, US silent-film actor, born in Italy. He is famous for his romantic roles in such films as The Sheik (1921)
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