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palazzo (pəˈlætsəʊ) 



(plural) -razzos, -razzi  (-ˈrætsiː) 
  1. an Italian palace

Example Sentences Including 'palazzo'

FOR sale: the 18th-century Italian palazzo where Giuseppe Verdi composed Rigoletto and Il Trovatore.
The Australian (2005)
He consoled himself by assuming it might not have been important despite its unexpectedness, and once again tried the palazzo.
Low, Ona Murky Shallows
Instead, he considered sending a troop to her palazzo to take the condemned men by force.
Veronica Buckley CHRISTINA QUEEN OF SWEDEN: The Restless Life of a European Eccentric (2004)
It is a single space and might be the ballroom of a palazzo.
Country Life (2004)
Our group of journalists and dignitaries was in a beautiful palazzo outside Parma in northern Italy.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
REX Langford and Doug Wakefield stand proud on the Alexandra Headland Surf Lifesaving Club palazzo , the Pacific surf meeting them.
Misc (1999)
She told me she went back to the palazzo to wait for her grandson.
Low, Ona Murky Shallows
The hush from the crowd broke only when she finally disappeared back into the Venetian palazzo that formed the backdrop to the show.
Stewart, Michael Compulsion
Today, it is more chic to have fake than genuine marble in your palazzo.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)


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