[ US /ˈkæpɹi, kəˈpɹi/ ]
  1. an island (part of Campania) in the Bay of Naples in southern Italy; a tourist attraction noted for beautiful scenery
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How To Use Capri In A Sentence

  • This was also the heyday of the "capriccio," or architectural and landscape fantasy, established by Marco Ricci and developed by Canaletto and Tiepolo. NYT > Home Page
  • I would wear it with hoop earrings and thong sandals that were picked up in Capri beforehand. Times, Sunday Times
  • This capricious beast had been trained to caracole, and his owner had taken to impressing girls by making the beast execute this pretty trick whenever he saw one. Captain Corelli's Mandolin
  • He wears skin-tight, stone-washed capri jeans, a tight white T-shirt and ice blue Air Jordans. After the brawl: "It's like an addiction to come down here."
  • For the total "look", add a pair of flowered stretch capris, a belly bag and a slightly tight tee shirt. kathleengam How to "pass" for a Mexican
  • My sense of Tiberius is that he was a bad emperor for the Roman elites in the capital, to whom he was a capricious, paranoid tyrant. Matthew Yglesias » What Would The Roman Empire Do?
  • Niece," said Don Inocencio gravely and sententiously, "when serious things have taken place, caprices are not called caprices, but by another name. Dona Perfecta
  • The $300 million palace was built to satisfy the caprice of one man.
  • 'Premio Malaparte' from Alberto Moravia in Capri, Italy, Nadine Gordimer and the South African Experience
  • And I should loathe for us to founder on so capricious and arbitrary a matter as a technical glitch. Times, Sunday Times
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