Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A rift or cleft.

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Examples

  • I suggest to visit my blog: there is a Gull coming from the other side of the pond that return each winter in Riva degli Schiavoni and San Marco square to eat food offered by the people to the pigeons.

    The Lion of St. Mark

  • Jerry was in Riva yesterday at the Hotel Sole d 'Oro.

    Jerry Junior

  • Hotel Sole d 'Oro in Riva, and that 's at the other end of the lake.

    Jerry Junior

  • I see, was mailed in Riva at ten o'clock last night.

    Jerry Junior

  • Writer-director Djo Munga has put together a tough, sturdy thriller, centred around a smalltime hustler called Riva Patsha Bay, who shows up in the fuel-starved big city with a truckful of petrol he's liberated from his Angolan gangster employers.

    Viva Riva! – review

  • Writer-director Djo Munga has put together a tough, sturdy thriller, centred around a smalltime hustler called Riva Patsha Bay, who shows up in the fuel-starved big city with a truckful of petrol he's liberated from his Angolan gangster employers.

    Viva Riva! – review

  • “Give me back what you stole,” the girl called Riva said.

    i will plant you a lilac tree

  • “Give me back what you stole,” the girl called Riva said.

    i will plant you a lilac tree

  • Sclavonians, whose ships lay as a rule opposite that part of the city which is known as the Riva degli Schiavoni.

    A Wanderer in Venice

  • In the meantime the Riva was a pathway of rose-tinted clouds constructed for the especial use of two angels, one of whom wore a straw hat with a red ribbon canted over his sunburnt face, and the other a black shawl with silken fringe, whose every movement suggested

    The Veiled Lady and Other Men and Women

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