American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A loose high-necked blouse styled after the red shirts worn by Garibaldi and his soldiers.
- n. A bright orange or yellow-orange damselfish (Hypsypops rubicundus) native to coastal marine waters of southern California.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A loose shirt-waist worn by women and children in place of the ordinary body of a dress. It became the mode after the campaigns of Garibaldi, as an imitation of the red shirts worn by his followers.
- n. A Californian pomacentrid fish, Hypsypops rubicundus, about a foot long: so called, on account of its red or orange color, by the Italian fishermen in California. Also called goldfish and red-perch.
- n. UK a biscuit consisting of currants squashed between layers of flaky pastry.
- n. A bright yellow/orange damselfish, of the genus Hypsypops, from the seas of southern California.
- n. A jacket worn by women; so called from its resemblance in shape to the red shirt worn by the Italian patriot Garibaldi.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A jacket worn by women; -- so called from its resemblance in shape to the red shirt worn by the Italians patriot
- n. (Zoöl.) A California market fish (Pomancentrus rubicundus) of a deep scarlet color.
- n. a loose high-necked blouse with long sleeves; styled after the red flannel shirts worn by Garibaldi's soldiers
- n. Italian patriot whose conquest of Sicily and Naples led to the formation of the Italian state (1807-1882)
- After Giuseppe Garibaldi. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“My mother was always one for very restrained sweet treats- a plain cookie, at the most a "garibaldi"-a flat raisiny biscuit- was as far as she would go towards dessert, or sweet snack, in the absence of a special occasion.”
“My mother was always one for very restrained sweet treats - a plain cookie, at the most a "garibaldi" - a flat raisiny biscuit - was as far as she would go towards dessert, or sweet snack, in the absence of a special occasion.”
“She laughed with the tears in her eyes, and looked down at her school frock -- a black skirt and a white muslin "garibaldi" (the garment so called at that time being extremely like the shirt blouse, or waist, as the”
“By contrast, Daily Mail readers' best-loved biscuits include the garibaldi – named after Italian revolutionary Giuseppe Garibaldi – followed by thin arrowroots, ginger crunches, chocolate wafers and rich teas.”
“For example the links between the fruit shortcake and the garibaldi were suddenly abundantly clear, as well as relationships such as the link between the rich tea biscuit and the digestive.”
“If you so much as harm a scale on their knobby golden heads, the game warden is allowed to chop off your pinky yakuza style and ceremoniously feed it to the offended garibaldi in homage.”
“He was looking through the clear water at the moving shapes of the orange garibaldi fish twenty feet below.”
“Over a tight-fitting garibaldi of blue silk, excessively _decollete_, it wore what once had been a boy's pepper-and-salt jacket.”
“Five minutes later, Tommy returned, clad in the long, black skirt, supported by the cricket belt, the blue garibaldi cut _decollete_, the pepper-and-salt jacket, the worsted comforter, the red lips very tightly pressed, the long lashes over the black eyes moving very rapidly.”
“Is that your own?" asked Mrs. Postwhistle, indicating the blue silk garibaldi.”
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