One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or characteristic of the northwestern Italian region of Piedmont or its inhabitants.‘the collection was expanded by gifts from Piedmontese aristocrats’
- ‘He was Piedmontese and like the great majority of his party, he was deeply loyal to the monarchy.’
- ‘This state was ruled by a Piedmontese dynasty.’
- ‘We started off the meal with Piedmontese Trugole cheese in a BBQ sauce and I was instantly transported into taste bud heaven.’
- ‘Francis spoke in flawless Italian with a noticeable Piedmontese accent.’
- ‘St. John Bosco was the youngest son of Piedmontese peasants.’
A native or inhabitant of the northwestern 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.’
- ‘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.’
- ‘He left the city after Garibaldi departed and the Piedmontese took over.’
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