One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or characteristic of the north-western Italian region of Piedmont or its inhabitants.‘the collection was expanded by gifts from Piedmontese aristocrats’
- ‘Francis spoke in flawless Italian with a noticeable Piedmontese accent.’
- ‘He was Piedmontese and like the great majority of his party, he was deeply loyal to the monarchy.’
- ‘We started off the meal with Piedmontese Trugole cheese in a BBQ sauce and I was instantly transported into taste bud heaven.’
- ‘St. John Bosco was the youngest son of Piedmontese peasants.’
- ‘This state was ruled by a Piedmontese dynasty.’
A native or inhabitant of the north-western Italian region of Piedmont.‘the Piedmontese entered the city’‘her husband is a Piedmontese’
- ‘The Piedmontese were not welcome in Venice, but the republic set up there was the historic one destroyed by Bonaparte in 1797.’
- ‘He left the city after Garibaldi departed and the Piedmontese took over.’
- ‘In 1840, with Bezzi, a Piedmontese, and Wilde, an American, he employed a restorer to search for Giotto's portrait of Dante.’
- ‘After defeating the Piedmontese, he overcame the Austrians at Lodi and entered Milan on 15 May 1796.’
- ‘Union with Piedmont became a moot issue when the Austrians forced the Piedmontese out of Lombardy.’
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