Definition of Garibaldis

1. Noun. (plural of garibaldi) ¹



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Definition of Garibaldis

1. garibaldi [n] - See also: garibaldi

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garibaldis

gargouillades
gargoulette
gargoulettes
gargoyle
gargoyle cell
gargoyled
gargoyles
gargoylism
gargoylisms
gargyle
gargyles
gari
garial
garials
garibaldi
garibaldis (current term)
garigue
garigues
garis
garish
garished
garishes
garishing
garishly
garishness
garishnesses
garjan
garjans
garland
garland chrysanthemum

Literary usage of Garibaldis

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1. Autobiography of Giuseppe Garibaldi by Giuseppe Garibaldi (1889)
"In 1306, the garibaldis, then a very numerous family, took part with disputed between Grimoaldo, Duke of Benevento, ..."

2. "The Gospel Awakening.": Comprising the Sermons and Addresses, Prayer by Dwight Lyman Moody, L. T. Remlap (1885)
""If fifty garibaldis are thrown into prison, let Rome be free!" That is what we want in the cause of Christ. We have got to work, and not be loitering at ..."

3. Notes and Sketches of the Paris Exhibition by George Augustus Sala (1868)
"gentlemen who earn handsome incomes by designing trellis- work for ladies' " garibaldis" and borders for ladies' petticoats ? ..."

4. Glad Tidings: Comprising Sermons and Prayer-meeting Talks Delivered at the N by Dwight Lyman Moody (1876)
"If fifty garibaldis are thrown into prison let Rome be free." That is what we want in the cause of Christ. We have got to work, and not be loitering at our ..."

5. Final Report on the Battlefield of Gettysburg by William Freeman Fox, Daniel Edgar Sickles (1900)
"But the skirmishers of the enemy fought well also, and the garibaldis lost 28 in killed and wounded while holding their line. Lieut. ..."

6. The Contemporary Review (1874)
"But although the crew of Bismarcks, garibaldis, and Victor Emmanuels may be regarded as obscene creatures of rapine, ..."

7. Autobiography of Giuseppe Garibaldi by Giuseppe Garibaldi (1889)
"In 1306, the garibaldis, then a very numerous family, took part with disputed between Grimoaldo, Duke of Benevento, ..."

8. "The Gospel Awakening.": Comprising the Sermons and Addresses, Prayer by Dwight Lyman Moody, L. T. Remlap (1885)
""If fifty garibaldis are thrown into prison, let Rome be free!" That is what we want in the cause of Christ. We have got to work, and not be loitering at ..."

9. Notes and Sketches of the Paris Exhibition by George Augustus Sala (1868)
"gentlemen who earn handsome incomes by designing trellis- work for ladies' " garibaldis" and borders for ladies' petticoats ? ..."

10. Glad Tidings: Comprising Sermons and Prayer-meeting Talks Delivered at the N by Dwight Lyman Moody (1876)
"If fifty garibaldis are thrown into prison let Rome be free." That is what we want in the cause of Christ. We have got to work, and not be loitering at our ..."

11. Final Report on the Battlefield of Gettysburg by William Freeman Fox, Daniel Edgar Sickles (1900)
"But the skirmishers of the enemy fought well also, and the garibaldis lost 28 in killed and wounded while holding their line. Lieut. ..."

12. The Contemporary Review (1874)
"But although the crew of Bismarcks, garibaldis, and Victor Emmanuels may be regarded as obscene creatures of rapine, ..."

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