Definition of Addio
1. good-bye [interj ADDIOS]
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Literary usage of Addio
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Letters of the Earl of Chesterfield to His Son by Philip Dormer Stanhope Chesterfield, Philip Stanhope, Eugenia Stanhope, Charles Strachey, Annette Calthrop (1901)
"... quella lingua se non—addio. LETTER CCXXII LONDON, April 26, o. S. 1750. MY DEAR FRIEND : As your journey to Paris approaches, and as that period will, ..."
2. Gabriele Rossetti: A Versified Autobiography by Gabriele Rossetti (1901)
"... D. addio ALLA PATRIA Nella notte più serena Era in ciel la luna piena : Neve il dorso e fiamma il crin ..."
3. A Woman's Wanderings in the Western World by Clara Fitzroy (Kelly) Bromley (1861)
"recitative," and the last word " sereno " is cadenced with a " sweetness long drawn out," reminding one of Mario's " addio!" I must now conclude this ..."
4. Vistas in Sicily by Arthur Stanley Riggs (1912)
"XVIII addio, SICILIA! IN Sicily all roads lead to Palermo. And if they do not, you manage to make them. And no matter how many times you return to that city ..."
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