Definition of Confetto
1. a bonbon [n -TI] - See also: bonbon
Lexicographical Neighbors of Confetto
Literary usage of Confetto
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery During by Thomas Jodrell Phillips, John Singleton Copley Lyndhurst, Charles Christopher Pepys Cottenham, Great Britain Court of Chancery (1847)
"... A habeat was issued under the usual order to bring up a Defendant in contempt, for the purpose of a motion to take the bill pro confetto against him; ..."
2. Pleading and Practice of the High Court of Chancery by Edmund Robert Daniell, Thomas Emerson Headlam, Jonathan Cogswell Perkins (1846)
"Order to take bill, pro confetto, upon execution of attachment, ... Order, pro confetto, when absconding defendant has himself appeared, 545. LXXVII. ..."
3. Baccio Bandinelli And Art At The Medici Court: a corpus of early modern sources by Louis A. Waldman (2004)
"The woodworker confetto borrows and returns a bracciale from the Guardaroba of Cosimo I for BB. ASF, Guardaroba Medicea 34 (Giornale), fot. ..."
4. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1886)
"In the English practice, it is true, as it existed at the time of the adoption of our present Rules (in 1842), the defendant, after a decree pro confetto ..."
5. Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Chancery: With Notes and by Great Britain Court of Chancery (1843)
"... sued out immediately on the defendant'B submitting to answer them, and a consequential order to take the bill pro confetto, are regular. not bound to ..."
6. Report of Cases in Chancery: Argued and Determined in the Rolls Court During by Great Britain Court of Chancery, Charles Beavan, Henry Bickersteth Langdale, John Romilly Romilly, Chaloner William Chute (1846)
"Upon submitting to decree pro confetto. Defendant may apply for his discharge. ... Defendant entitled to appear and be heard on taking bill pro confetto. ..."