Piazza in a sentence

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Definition of Piazza

  • An open square in a European town, especially an Italian town; hence Arch, an arcaded and roofed gallery; a portico. In the United States the word is popularly applied to a veranda.
  • a public square with room for pedestrians

How to use piazza in a sentence. Piazza pronunciation.

Just as he entered it at one end, he perceived another person advancing through the other, of whose approach the first was no sooner aware than he hastily retired into the shadow of a piazza, anxious to conceal himself.
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However, they were giving all their smiles to the greetings which the General sent them from his piazza.
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Besides, Mr. Hammond said he would show me about my algebra if I'd go out on the piazza this minute.
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We'll go to the piazza and make Mr. Hammond tell us a story.
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Yet, had Ester nothing for which to be thankful that the group on the piazza had not?
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This remark Mr. Harry Arnett made that same Saturday evening, as he stood on the piazza waiting for Mrs. Holland's letters.
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Mrs. Holland tossed her letters down to him from the piazza above, and Mr. Arnett went away.
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Alfred asked, a moment later, as she joined him on the piazza to take a last look at the beauty of this day which had opened so brightly for her.
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While I made sour into sweet with the aid of its soothing proclivities, I moralized; the result of which was that after I had squeezed and mushed and rolled over, and thumped and patted my dough the requisite number of times, I tucked it away under blankets in a corner, and went out to the piazza to ask Dr. Douglass if he knew of an article in the entire round of Materia Medica which could be given to human beings when they were sour and disagreeable, and which, after the manner of soda in dough, would immediately work a reform.
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She did not hear the sound of carriage wheels near the door, nor the banging of trunks on the side piazza.
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And with a very low, very dignified bow, Dr. Douglass went back to the piazza and Sadie.
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Meantime, if you would like to have unmolested possession of this piazza to assist you in tramping off your evil spirit, you shall be indulged.
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As he marched defiantly up and down the long piazza he tried to analyze his state of mind.
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Dr. Douglass sometimes appeared at meal time and sometimes not, but the parlor and the piazza were quite deserted, and even his own room saw little of him.
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Later, on that same day, Sadie encountered Dr. Douglass, rather, she went to the side piazza equipped for a walk, and he came eagerly from the west end to speak with her.
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Die Strasse geht von der Piazza del Popolo schnurgerade bis an den venezianischen Palast.
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Then came a sound of sleigh-bells, the tramp of feet on the piazza, and the peal of the door-bell.
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As they reached the piazza Betty opened the door.
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The piazza was clean and dry, and he walked its length, finding the exertion a relief to his feelings.
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The megaphone was an awkward burden, and he started to put it down, only to snatch it up again before it had touched the piazza floor.
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Examples of Piazza

Example #1
He then sprang from the ground, and hastened towards the adjoining street.
Example #2
Has he received the retaining fee of some impatient heir, who pants to possess the wealth of the unlucky knave who comes strolling along yonder, so careless and unconscious?
Example #3
The daughter had moved some steps down the road, but now turned again; for Ruth and Godfrey, returning, came out through the garden's high gateway.
Example #4
But before they could reach it Arthur and Leonard came into full view on the stile.
Example #5
Go up stairs out of my way, and Alfred too.
Example #6
Sadie, take Minnie with you; I can't have her here another instant.