brio[ bree-oh; Italian bree-aw ]SEE DEFINITION OF brio
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRIO
Gozzi gave him brio and bonarietà , with cordiality and humor.
Con brio, to the horror of the monkeys who are settling for the night.
Tenderly and yet with a certain amount of brio the notes came dancing from the bow, and I listened, vaguely pleased.
Their eloquence is natural and contagious, and the peroration, delivered with brio, is often an artistic treat.
When the week was up Mat implored to be left behind with Angela, the maid, and Brio, a big poodle possessed of the devil.
This brio, an Italian word which the French have begun to use, is characteristic of youthful work.
Certainly Gurickx played magnificently, and with a brio I have rarely heard equalled.
Albanesi has a charming, delicate touch, and plays with all the Italian brio.