aria

[ ahr-ee-uh, air-ee-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF aria

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But when we got there no springs were to be seen, and I'Aria said he must have mistaken the place.

We soon 189 got near to the camp, and shouted to I'Aria to bring us some bullets.

While studying an application he sang, mezza voce, the aria from Pagliacci.

Here are the words—which are repeated fourteen times in the course of the aria.

Suddenly she stopped in the middle of her aria and burst into a peal of laughter.

The length of Aria is about 2000 stadia, and the breadth of the plain 300 stadia.

After this he sang the aria of the fourth act of "Africana."

After this Aria came my Adagio and Rondo, and then the usual interval.

There are only two operas in aria which I could write—one in two acts, the other in three.

Ilia opens the third act, bewailing her unhappy love (aria, 19).

WORD ORIGIN

from Italian aria, literally "air" (see air (n.1)).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ARIA

air

nounmusical tune
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