noun, plural Ver·o·nese.
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Several interesting examples of the Veronese school are to be found in this church.The Story of Verona|Alethea Wiel
What especially impressed me, however, was that none of the ladies ever stopped to look at the dresses in the Veronese.On the Old Road Vol. 1 (of 2)|John Ruskin
Do you not suppose that the soul of a Veronese imbibes colour like a piece of stuff plunged into the boiling vat of a dyer?Bouvard and Pcuchet, part 2|Gustave Flaubert
Veronese had no more respect for religious tradition than he had for mythological legend.Veronese|Fr. (Franois) Crastre
Veronese was a loving father and brother, and beyond doubt a happy man.Pictures Every Child Should Know|Dolores Bacon