View definitions for virtu
On every side was to be seen rich hangings and articles of virtu.
That is a country replete with articles of virtu, the only thing is to find them.
There were gorgeous carpets and hangings, frescoed ceilings, spurious objects of virtu, and pier-tables loaded with ornaments.
Serendipity, sėr-en-dip′i-ti, n. a love for rare old books and other articles of virtu.
Of Consul Smith I am unable to present the lover of virtu with any particulars more acceptable than the following.
On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to virtu, such as: knickknacks, and knick-knacks.
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