Definition of Carpaccios

1. Noun. (plural of carpaccio) ¹

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Definition of Carpaccios

1. carpaccio [n] - See also: carpaccio

Lexicographical Neighbors of Carpaccios

carousel fraud
carp bream
carp breams
carp mouth
carpaccios (current term)
carpal arches
carpal artery
carpal articular surface of radius
carpal articulation
carpal bone
carpal bones
carpal canal
carpal canals
carpal groove
carpal joints
carpal tunnel
carpal tunnel release
carpal tunnel syndrome

Literary usage of Carpaccios

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

1. Publications by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1890)
"expression as of the olden time, surpassed anything which I ever beheld. I have seen many carpaccios in Venice and Florence, but none which were so ..."

2. Letters of George Meredith by George Meredith (1912)
"Do you remember the carpaccios in Venice? Surely justice is not done to his extraordinary sweetness and richness. If I did not love Giorgione and Titian so ..."

3. Folklore by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1890)
"I have seen many carpaccios in Venice and Florence, but none which were so märchenhaft, as Germans express it. Rossetti could hardly have been ignorant of ..."

4. A Wanderer in Venice by Edward Verrall Lucas (1914)
"... and restoration now forms the Accademia, or Gallery of Fine Arts, famous throughout the world for its Titians, Tintorettos, Bellinis, and carpaccios. ..."

5. St. Mark's Rest: The History of Venice Written for the Help of the Few by John Ruskin (1908)
"... you must compare with them things of the same kind in another church where there are no carpaccios,—namely, St. Pantaleone, to which, being the nearer, ..."

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