Definition of Stretta

1. stretto [n -TE or -TAS] - See also: stretto



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stretta

stretches the truth
stretchest
stretcheth
stretchier
stretchiest
stretchily
stretchiness
stretching
stretching(a)
stretching out
stretching the truth
stretchings
stretchmark
stretcht
stretchy
stretta (current term)
strettas
strette
stretti
stretto
strettos
streusel
streusels
strew
strewage
strewages
strewed
strewer
strewers
strewing

Literary usage of Stretta

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Conversations and Journals in Egypt and Malta by Nassau William Senior, Mary Charlotte Mair Senior Simpson (1882)
"... and walked through Strada stretta, a narrow street, as might be inferred from its name, which runs through the whole length of Valetta from the Porta ..."

2. Conversations and Journals in Egypt and Malta by Nassau William Senior, Mary Charlotte Mair Senior Simpson (1882)
"On our return we left the carriage at the Porta Reale, and walked through Strada stretta, a narrow street, as might be inferred from its name, ..."

3. Southern Literary Messenger by Carnegie-Mellon University, School of Computer Science (1844)
"The Strada stretta was the spot in which these meetings usually took place, ... Foul- querre was one of the most noted disturbers of the Strada stretta; ..."

4. Readings on the Inferno of Dante: Based Upon the Commentary of Benvenuto Da by William Warren Vernon, Dante Alighieri, Edward Moore (1906)
"Besides this, we know that any feeling of compassion * stretta di neve : An idiom. See Gran Dizionario sv stretta, § 2i : " stretta di neve. ..."

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