from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- interj. Used to express great approval, especially of a performance.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- interj. The intensive form of bravo.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Superlative of bravo.
He's getting even better in every area - 'bravissimo'!
If there's any shred of lingering doubt that Tokyo's cooks can be more bravissimo than thou, it's removed by a giant platter of Venetian glass displayed at Passo a Passo.
I don't know who was in charge this year, but bravissimo to that person.
I don't have a photo to commemorate the event, but during Saturday night's dinner with Lamberto, Coralina, Mariano and Mike Baronas who brought everyone together at this event -- bravissimo, Michele!
I no longer live in my home state-but this is a proud day for loving gay men and women the world over.thanks, NY Times, for a place to share our thoughts…bravissimo…..
Oh bravissimo in chorus, and he would have danced out into the middle of the room before us all, had not Fortunata whispered in his ear, telling him, I suppose, that such low buffoonery was not in keeping with his dignity.
And so bravissimo, Maestro, and a very Happy Birthday to you, wherever you may be.
Ilusad, osavad ja kavalad löögid teenivad suure aplausi ja hüüded "bravo, bravissimo!"
Anyway, bravo, bravo, bravo bravissimo -- I'm glad the role is in good hands.
Bravo, bravissimo; a te fortuna, a te fortuna, a te fortuna non manchera.
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