Definition of Cavetti
1. cavetto [n] - See also: cavetto
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cavetti
Literary usage of Cavetti
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. SANGUINE FLUID: Evolution Of Death by James Spade (2006)
"As usual, Sergeant cavetti and the secretary overhear the radio traffic in their ... Now that the call is over, the secretary taps Sergeant cavetti on the ..."
2. A Handbook of Architectural Styles by Albert Rosengarten (1898)
"The principal mullions of the windows, from which arches spring that enclose smaller arches, have a moulding consisting of fillets and cavetti, ..."
3. Diary, Reminiscences, and Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson by Henry Crabb Robinson, Thomas Sadler (1869)
"cavetti Garden. asserted with so strong an impression on my part that they deserve adoption March \2th.—I dined at the Athenaeum with Sheil, and accompanied ..."
4. Venice: Its Individual Growth from the Earliest Beginnings to the Fall of by Pompeo Molmenti (1907)
"... li cavetti. He wished to carry off two of the nuns to lock them up in prison, but ' ' tutte le altre ..."
5. Archiv F�ur Geschichte Der Philosophie (1902)
"Buonamici, E., L'Antico e il Moderne nella Filosofia del secolo XX, Rivista filos. IV, 2. cavetti, A., La filos, nella Magna Grecia fino a Socrate, Pisa, ..."