[ US /ˈsɪsɝˌoʊn/ ]
  1. a guide who conducts and informs sightseers
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How To Use cicerone In A Sentence

  • I was looking up synonyms for ‘guide’ in a thesaurus when lo and behold, I saw the word ‘cicerone.’ Beer: Guides named for Cicero
  • An intelligent Jew was our cicerone and read us some Hebrew out of the precious old book of the Law.
  • De philofophorum doc - trinal i bell us ex Cicerone, 8vo. The Monthly Review
  • Mr. Henry, * my host and very able cicerone, is an American missionary, and as such carries with him the gospel of peace on earth and good will to men. The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither
  • The title clearly makes the case that Cicerone has “acquiesced” with the obstruction of Thompson and the text makes clear that Cicerone is not interested in applying the data policies that he is meant to be responsible for. Cicerone of NAS Acquiesces in Data Obstruction « Climate Audit
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  • But when the cicerone proceeded to point out a small hillock near the centre of the enclosure as the Praetorium, Corydon's patience could hold no longer, and, like Edie Ochiltree, he forgot all reverence, and broke in with nearly the same words -- "Praetorium here, Praetorium there, I made the bourock mysell with a flaughter-spade. The Antiquary — Volume 02
  • He mixed in antiquarian circles, copied Antique frescoes, and painted a celebrated portrait of the Scottish cicerone James Byres and his family.
  • _Calvus diu cum Cicerone iniquissimam litem de principatu eloquentiæ habuit; et usque eò violentus accusator et concitatus fuit, ut in media actione ejus surgeret Vatinius reus, et exclamaret, Rogo vos, judices, si iste disertus est, ideo me damnari oportet? A Dialogue Concerning Oratory, Or The Causes Of Corrupt Eloquence The Works Of Cornelius Tacitus, Volume 8 (of 8); With An Essay On His Life And Genius, Notes, Supplements
  • As always, Chamberlain is that rare cicerone for the reader, displaying learning, empathy, and deep understanding on every page. Cover to Cover
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