Definition of Cicerones

1. cicerone [n] - See also: cicerone



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cicerones

cicatrix
cicatrixes
cicatrizant
cicatrizants
cicatrization
cicatrization atelectasis
cicatrizations
cicatrize
cicatrized
cicatrizes
cicatrizing
cicatrose
cicelies
cicely
cicerone
cicerones (current term)
ciceroni
ciceros
cichlid
cichlid fish
cichlids
cichloid
cichoraceous
cichoric acid
cicinnus
cicisbei
cicisbeism
cicisbeisms
cicisbeo
cicisbeos

Literary usage of Cicerones

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1. Travels in England, France, Italy and Ireland by George Foxcroft Haskins (1856)
"cicerones. There is a class of men in Italy called cicerones. Their office is to accompany tourists from place to place, to point out all objects worthy of ..."

2. The New Sydenham Society's Lexicon of Medicine and the Allied Sciences ...by Henry Power, Leonard William Sedgwick, New Sydenham Society by Henry Power, Leonard William Sedgwick, New Sydenham Society (1882)
"... a pea, the plant from which the cicerones took their name; or from Heb. kikar, round. F. chiche; G. Kichererbse.) A Genus of the Nat. ..."

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