signora

[ sin-yawr-uh, -yohr-uh; Italian see-nyaw-rah ]SEE DEFINITION OF signora

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It reminded him of some Signora, whom he had known at Florence.

Signora, it is for you to say whether we shall go away or stay here.

If the Signora really knew, could she take such a girl to live with the Signorina?

And then my Patrigno came in at the door, and the Signora—she went away.

He had little doubt of his capacity to out-manoeuvre Emilio and the Signora.

The Signora has seen, or she has heard, and she is going in to shore.

"I will persuade the Signora to come back with us," he said.

If the poor Signora had not been mad she could not have looked at me like that—at another, perhaps, but not at me.

Signora, pardon me, but I should have thought that you would know.

Perhaps Emilio was talking now to the Signora, was telling her what to do.

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madam

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