signore

[ UK /sɪnjˈɔː/ ]
[ US /sinˈjɔɹeɪ/ ]
NOUN
  1. an Italian title of respect for a man; equivalent to the English `sir'; used separately (not prefixed to his name)
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  • Afterwards, the boys pinched my biretta to see if they could land it on the head of the Monsignore as he was later dignified. Archive 2009-05-01
  • Nevertheless, Bertram looked a little more after his friend, and disturbing the monsignore, who was at breakfast with Lothair one morning, Bertram obstinately outstayed the priest, and then said: "I tell you what, old fellow, you are rather hippish; I wish you were in the House of Commons. Lothair
  • Chaplains still speak freely of the Almighty in private sessions with patients or families but, the Rev. Mirta Signorelli said: "I can't do chaplain's work if I can't say 'God' — if I'm scripted. Out of Proportion
  • Laudato si, misignore, per sora nostra morte corporale de la quale nullu homo vivente po skappare guai acquelli ke morrano ne le peccata mortali .... Mont-Saint-Michel and Chartres
  • I said to myself: 'That Signorelli is not mad; he is a prophet. The Miracles of Antichrist: A Novel
  • Instead of the lost name - Signorelli - two other names of artists - Botticelli and Boltraffio - obtruded themselves.
  • My _babbo_ had much better wine than _quel signore_," he said. Stories By English Authors: Italy (Selected by Scribners)
  • To turn from Signorelli to Perugino is to plunge at once into a very different atmosphere [217]. Renaissance in Italy Volume 3 The Fine Arts
  • Luca Signorelli started the decorative scheme with nine lunettes on the west side of the cloister.
  • And he who in Signorelli's picture healed the sick, and softened the rich, and felled evil-doers to the earth, who transformed the earth to a paradise and tempted the people to forget heaven. The Miracles of Antichrist: A Novel
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