Historical Examples

Hagar’s face of tears in the Brerawas known to her; and Hagar in her ‘addio’ gave the living voice to that dumb one.
Vittoria, Complete George Meredith

addio to the German gentleman with the unaesthetic ailments!
A Spirit in Prison Robert Hichens

I took my leave, and on going away said to her addio, and not a rivederla.
Thoughts on Art and Autobiographical Memoirs of Giovanni Dupr Giovanni Dupr

“addio, Costantina,” she waved her hand toward her namesake.
Jerry Junior Jean Webster

addio: tell me one word about the point of view of your contributors.
The Life of Mazzini Bolton King

They wakened us with “addio, la bella Napoli, addio, addio!”
The Beautiful Lady Booth Tarkington

From time to time Benedetto said a word of dismissal, in a tired voice: “addio.”
The Saint Antonio Fogazzaro

addio, sweet sister, I am dying till I once more hold her in these arms.
The Master of the Ceremonies George Manville Fenn

The king suddenly cut short the interview, saying, addio, terribile Panizzi.
The Life of William Ewart Gladstone, Vol. 1 (of 3) John Morley

When the boat was about a hundred yards from the shore, and in full moonlight, she sang the great “addio” of Hagar.
Vittoria, Complete George Meredith


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