[ vah-re-ze; English vuh-rey-zee, -see ]
/ vɑˈrɛ zɛ; English vəˈreɪ zi, -si /
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a city in N Italy, NW of Milan.
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Other definitions for Varese (2 of 2)
[ vuh-reyz, -rez, French va-rez ]
/ vəˈreɪz, -ˈrɛz, French vaˈrɛz /
Ed·gard [ed-gar], /ɛdˈgar/, 1885–1965, U.S. composer, born in France.
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How to use Varese in a sentence
Unfortunately the same thing was attempted at Orta, and later on at Varese, by greatly inferior men.Ex Voto|Samuel Bulter
The two other Italian ironclads, the "Formidabile" and the "Varese," were not in the line, and took no part in the coming battle.Famous Sea Fights|John Richard Hale
In 1452 Pietro da Varese is found continuing the work alone.The Cathedral Builders|Leader Scott
The "Lago Varese" will be, we suspect, the favourite with most readers.
The Pope can do much, but he will not be able to get contrapuntal music into Varese.The Note-Books of Samuel Butler|Samuel Butler
British Dictionary definitions for Varese (1 of 2)
/ (Italian vaˈreːse) /
a historic city in N Italy, in Lombardy near Lake Varese: manufacturing centre, esp for leather goods. Pop: 80 511 (2001)
British Dictionary definitions for Varese (2 of 2)
/ (væˈrɛz) /
Edgar (d) (ɛdɡar). 1883–1965, US composer, born in France. His works, which combine extreme dissonance with complex rhythms and the use of electronic techniques, include Ionisation (1931) and Poème électronique (1958)
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