Definition of Faldettas

1. faldetta [n] - See also: faldetta



Lexicographical Neighbors of Faldettas

falconologists
falconries
falconry
falcons
falcula
falcular
falculas
falculate
faldage
faldages
falderal
falderals
falderol
falderols
faldetta
faldettas (current term)
faldfee
faldfees
falding
faldings
faldistories
faldistory
faldstool
faldstools
falernum
falk
falkland islands
fall
fall-back
fall-blooming hydrangea

Literary usage of Faldettas

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

1. A Voyage in the "Sunbeam": Our Home on the Ocean for Eleven Months by Annie Allnutt Brassey (1884)
"... the women in their black dresses and faldettas, and black-robed priests, all helped to carry the imagination over the Mediterranean and up the Adriatic ..."

2. A Roundabout Journey by Charles Dudley Warner (1883)
"... as this distracted procession groped its way through the crowd, I heard the discouraged notes of the fife, and it did not need the picturesque faldettas ..."

3. A Roundabout Journey by Charles Dudley Warner (1883)
"... as this distracted procession groped its way through the crowd, I heard the discouraged notes of the fife, and it did not need the picturesque faldettas ..."

4. A Roundabout Journey by Charles Dudley Warner (1883)
"... as this distracted procession groped its way through the crowd, I heard the discouraged notes of the fife, and it did not need the picturesque faldettas ..."

5. Tait's Edinburgh Magazine by William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone (1834)
"... where Cyprus may be had for paying for ; and where faldettas are held by hands as fair as their coquettish folds are black and lustrous. ..."

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