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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Garibaldi, Giuseppe 1807-1882. Italian general and nationalist who led 1,000 volunteers in the capture of Sicily and Naples (1860). His conquest led to the formation of the kingdom of Italy (1861).

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Examples

  • Commander Sinclair has all of the stolid seriousness of Leslie Nielsen in The Naked Gun but without that tinge of self-awareness, Garibaldi is an excellent riff on Bruce Willis but still a Willis clone, and Commander Ivanova is, perhaps, the worst acting to be foisted off as “a character” on a television show of any merit.

    Arbitrary Media: Babylon 5

  • When we were in Guad at the Gallaria just yesterday, I noticed that Carne Garibaldi is in the food court there.

    Carne En Su Jugo, Caldo de Res, Mole de Olla, y Pozole

  • Last night, I went with a couple of friends to a gay bar near Plaza Garibaldi, here in the D.F. Garibaldi is something else itself.

    Archive 2004-10-01

  • With a population of 1,000 scattered in modest homes on a hill overlooking the bay, Garibaldi is a bona fide fishing village-a place where the bars are rife with thick-bellied guys, unshaven and walleyed after three days at sea.

    The Tragedy of Tillamook Bay

  • The police are hunting up Mazzini; Garibaldi is here; Lord Lyons 'squadron is hourly expected.

    The Romance of Isabel, Lady Burton

  • But they are probably my favourite biscuit, properly known as Garibaldi biscuits.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Gar-B was what the kids (for want of a better term) called the Garibaldi estate.

    Mortal Causes

  • The windows command the Piazza Garibaldi, which is the social center of the town; it contains the village post, the fountain, the tobacco shop, the washing-trough, and the two rival cafès, the "Independenza" and the

    Jerry Junior

  • Now he is in improved spirits and has taken to writing Latin alcaics on Garibaldi, which is refreshing, I suppose.

    The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning

  • Garibaldi, which is the social center of the town; it contains the village post, the fountain, the tobacco shop, the washing-trough, and the two rival cafès, the "Independenza" and the "Libertà."

    Jerry Junior

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