Busino in a sentence

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How to use busino in a sentence. Busino pronunciation.

Mr. Furnivall quotes a description of a costume of the period, from the manuscript of Orazio Busino's "Anglipotrida.
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These theatres," says Busino, "are frequented by a number of respectable and handsome ladies, who come freely and seat themselves among the men without the slightest hesitation . . . .
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Our Venetian, Busino, who went to Oxford in the coach with the ambassador in 1617, was six days in going one hundred and fifty miles, as the coach often stuck in the mud, and once broke down.
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The more private amusements of the great may well be illustrated by an account given by Busino of a masque (it was Ben Jonson's "Pleasure Reconciled to Virtue") performed at Whitehall on Twelfthnight, 1617.
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Busino saw a lad of fifteen led to execution for stealing a bag of currants.
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London, according to the Venetian Busino, was extremely dirty.
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Busino says that fruits were seldom served at dessert, but that the whole population were munching them in the streets all day long, and in the places of amusement; and it was an amusement to go out into the orchards and eat fruit on the spot, in a sort of competition of gormandize between the city belles and their admirers.
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Examples of Busino

Example #1
When the governor wakes in the morning he thinks first of his salary; he has not the least anxiety about his daily bread or the support of his family.
Example #2
It must be much easier to govern an island than to carry on almost any retail business.
Example #3
His day is agreeably, even if sympathetically, occupied with the troubles of other people, and nothing is so easy to bear as the troubles of other people.
Example #4
Business comes to him; he does not have to drum for it.
Example #5
This mathematical axiom, which is well enough in its place, has been extended into the field of morals and social life, confused the perception of human relations, and raised "hob," as the saying is, in political economy.
Example #6
We theorize and legislate as if people were things.