Definition of Scaldini

1. scaldino [n] - See also: scaldino



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scaldini

scalations
scalawag
scalawags
scalded
scalded milk
scalded skin syndrome
scalder
scalders
scaldfish
scaldfishes
scalding
scaldingly
scaldings
scaldini (current term)
scaldino
scalds
scale-up
scale-winged
scale degree
scale degrees
scale down
scale factor
scale fern
scale insect
scale invariance
scale leaf
scale mail

Literary usage of Scaldini

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Life in Tuscany by Mabel Sharman Crawford (1859)
"One stumbles over scaldini on the floor, knocks down scaldini on the table; scaldini here, and there, and everywhere, exhibit themselves, from morn till ..."

2. Life in Tuscany by Mabel Sharman Crawford (1859)
"One stumbles over scaldini on the floor, knocks down scaldini on the table ; scaldini here, and there, and everywhere, exhibit themselves, from morn till ..."

3. Life in Tuscany by Mabel Sharman Crawford (1859)
"One stumbles over scaldini on the floor, knocks down scaldini on the table; scaldini here, and there, and everywhere, exhibit themselves, ..."

4. European Mosaic by Howard Payson Arnold (1864)
"of scaldini. A scaldino is a little earthen pot, with a bail of the same ... The scaldini are the life-preservers of the Florentines, and by no other means ..."

5. The American Woman Abroad by Blanche McManus (1911)
"In winter, the Italian expects an earthen scaldini filled with glowing ashes to heat a ... One American is known who collected as many scaldini as possible, ..."

6. European Mosaic by Howard Payson Arnold (1864)
"of scaldini. A scaldino is a little earthen pot, with a bail of the same ... The scaldini are the life-preservers of the Florentines, and by no other means ..."

7. The American Woman Abroad by Blanche McManus (1911)
"In winter, the Italian expects an earthen scaldini filled with glowing ashes to heat a ... One American is known who collected as many scaldini as possible, ..."

8. Life in Tuscany by Mabel Sharman Crawford (1859)
"One stumbles over scaldini on the floor, knocks down scaldini on the table; scaldini here, and there, and everywhere, exhibit themselves, from morn till ..."

9. Life in Tuscany by Mabel Sharman Crawford (1859)
"One stumbles over scaldini on the floor, knocks down scaldini on the table ; scaldini here, and there, and everywhere, exhibit themselves, from morn till ..."

10. Life in Tuscany by Mabel Sharman Crawford (1859)
"One stumbles over scaldini on the floor, knocks down scaldini on the table; scaldini here, and there, and everywhere, exhibit themselves, ..."

11. European Mosaic by Howard Payson Arnold (1864)
"of scaldini. A scaldino is a little earthen pot, with a bail of the same ... The scaldini are the life-preservers of the Florentines, and by no other means ..."

12. The American Woman Abroad by Blanche McManus (1911)
"In winter, the Italian expects an earthen scaldini filled with glowing ashes to heat a ... One American is known who collected as many scaldini as possible, ..."

13. European Mosaic by Howard Payson Arnold (1864)
"of scaldini. A scaldino is a little earthen pot, with a bail of the same ... The scaldini are the life-preservers of the Florentines, and by no other means ..."

14. The American Woman Abroad by Blanche McManus (1911)
"In winter, the Italian expects an earthen scaldini filled with glowing ashes to heat a ... One American is known who collected as many scaldini as possible, ..."

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