Definition of Bravuras

1. bravura [n] - See also: bravura



Lexicographical Neighbors of Bravuras

bravers
bravery
braves
bravest
bravi
braving
bravingly
bravings
bravissimo
bravo
bravoed
bravoes
bravoing
bravos
bravura
bravuras (current term)
bravure
braw
brawer
brawest
brawl
brawled
brawler
brawlers
brawlie
brawlier
brawliest
brawling
brawlingly
brawlings

Literary usage of Bravuras

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

1. My Life and Recollections by Grantley Fitzhardinge Berkeley (1865)
"... when Miss Kemble, floating down the river in a skiff—English ballads and Italian bravuras—Ambrogetti— Miss Stephens—Miss Maria B. Hawes. ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1840)
"But in this pleasant moonlight hour, While lean the roses in Through the green lattice of thy bower, bravuras were a sin ! 2. Another time that overture— ..."

3. Sporting Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02751662] (1803)
"... I consider bravuras are to the lungs. Who ever heard that the -weather had any effect on a Scotch melody ? but if a singer will take the cadence note ..."

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