American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Patti, Adelina 1843-1919. Spanish-born Italian opera singer who was the most celebrated coloratura soprano of the 19th century.
“She may as well say “Patti is a thin woman but looks a lot fatter.””
“Patti is running a series on Fridays called Forgotten Books, which this weekfeatures Roseanna by Maj Sjowall and Per Wahloo.”
“It's there in Patti Smith's visionary diction and hortatory intensity.”
“Her answering machine picked up, so I called Patti in London.”
“Patti is 15 and a sophomore at Hampton High School and Kerry and Kay are in the 8th and 9th grades at Eaton Jr. High.”
“That's when I called Patti," says Younkin, his eyes welling with tears.”
“They became the only father-daughter anchor team in the country and became known as Patti and Daddy.”
“Several days later at a news conference, says Colette, "One of her brothers called Patti 'the happiest little angel in Heaven.”
“I totally agree w/ Patti, that is why I never watch that show which seems to be on more than 24 hour news!”
“Jordan drove back to the station, fighting the impulse to call Patti, or her mother, or her sister, or Rob Fine, DDS, or just turn the car around and drive to their house and get to the bottom of this.”
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