Definition of Soaves
1. soave [n] - See also: soave
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soaves
soapy warm soaks
soaves (current term)
Literary usage of Soaves
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Catalogue of the Books Belonging to the Loganian Library: To which is by Loganian Library (1837)
"Di Pietro soaves, (Paolo Sarpi.) In Geneva, 1660. L. 762, Q.. Histoire du concile de Trente de Frà Paolo Sarpi ..."
2. Queen's Bench Reports by John Leycester Adolphus, Great Britain Court of King's Bench, Thomas Flower Ellis (1856)
"Stainforth, Inhabitants of, Regina p. . xi. Overseers of Wig- ton, Overseers of, v. . xvi. soaves v. Glyn . viii. Solomon v. Lawson . viii. ..."
3. The History of Christianity in India: From the Commencement of the Christian Era by James Hough (1839)
"... daughter of Manoel soaves Pereira, while living with her brother in Lisbon, was apprehended with two of her sisters, all three being unmarried, ..."
4. Nouvelles annales des voyages by Conrad Malte-Brun, Victor Adolfe Malte-Brun (1838)
"a A moi! mes soaves! » fut la réplique, et au même instant ils franchirent ... Le combat s'engagea alors posée de soaves et de soldats d'élite du 2e léger, ..."