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Crossword Solutions for: ????O?O

amoroso

amoroso
(adv.) In a soft, tender, amatory style.
(n.) A lover; a man enamored.

bombolo

bombolo
(n.) A thin spheroidal glass retort or flask, used in the sublimation of camphor.

furioso

furioso
(a. & adv.) With great force or vigor; vehemently.

gustoso

gustoso
(a. & adv.) Tasteful; in a tasteful, agreeable manner.

limpopo

limpopo
An African river; flows into the Indian Ocean

madrono

madrono
Evergreen tree of the Pacific coast of North America having glossy leathery leaves and orange-red edible berries; wood used for furniture and bark for tanning

mafioso

mafioso
A member of the Mafia crime syndicate in the United States
A member of the Sicilian Mafia

mindoro

mindoro
A mountainous island in the central Philippines

oloroso

oloroso
A type of medium dry sherry

orinoco

orinoco
A South American river 1,500 miles long; flows into the South Atlantic

piccolo

piccolo
(n.) A small, shrill flute, the pitch of which is an octave higher than the ordinary flute; an octave flute.
(n.) A small upright piano.
(n.) An organ stop, with a high, piercing tone.

pomposo

pomposo
(a. & adv.) Grand and dignified; in grand style.

sapporo

sapporo
A commercial city in northern Japan on western Hokkaido

tiepolo

tiepolo
Italian painter (1696-1770)

tombolo

tombolo
Bar of sand or shingle joining an island to the mainland

tremolo

tremolo
(n.) The rapid reiteration of tones without any apparent cessation, so as to produce a tremulous effect.
(n.) A certain contrivance in an organ, which causes the notes to sound with rapid pulses or beats, producing a tremulous effect; -- called also tremolant, and tremulant.
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