[ US /ˈneɪpəɫz/ ]
- a port and tourist center in southwestern Italy; capital of the Campania region
How To Use Naples In A Sentence
- A reporter was dispatched to Naples to cover the riot.
- French warplanes based in Italy report to NATO's command headquarters in Naples while aircraft flying sorties off the French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle report directly to French military commanders in Paris. Political Gridlock at NATO
- This is procured by mixing massicot, or Naples yellow, with a small quantity of realgar, and a very little Spanish white. Young's Demonstrative Translation of Scientific Secrets
- It looks at some appalling racial attacks, including a skinhead raid last June on a Gypsy camp near Naples.
- As revolution spread to Palermo, Milan and Naples it seemed as if the people of Italy could break the domination of the myriad of foreign rulers and domestic autocrats.
- The poverty-stricken viceroyalty of Sardinia contributed little, Sicily somewhat more; most of the burden fell on Naples.
- The home of the Margarita pizza, Naples offers wonderful opportunities for the feeder.
- Nearby was the Bay of Naples, an arm of the blue Mediterranean.
- Supposedly a speciality in Naples (where it goes by the name pizzelle fritte or montanare) the pizza-maker rolls out a small portion of dough and fries it on a pan in a smattering of olive oil, occasionally covering the pan until the dough is crisped. Slice
- Moreover, that they should be in the hands of a powerful vassal of Naples such as Orsini suited the Pope as little as it suited Lodovico Maria Sforza. The Life of Cesare Borgia