from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An ornate ornamental branched candlestick, often with a mirror at the back.
- n. A flower stand, fountain, or the like, of branching form.
- n. A kind of revolving firework.
- n. A series of chambers in defensive mines.
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- n. an ornate candle holder; often with a mirror
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At night at Torlonia's to see the girandola, which is as fine as fireworks can be, but nothing will do after the illumination of
(At S. John Lateran's the Cardinals assist at Vespers, and afterwards venerate the relics preserved there) At night the cupola is illuminated, and on the following night there are fireworks or _girandola_ at Castle S. Angelo.
Irradiations in gold, scintillations in crimson, splendors in emerald, lucidities in ultramarine -- a dazzling girandola of every tint and of every hue.
The Roman air did not agree with me, and I hastened, therefore, as soon as I had seen the illumination of the dome and the girandola, immediately after the Easter festival, through Terracina to Naples.
"Our girandola is second only to that of St. Peter," he said, smiling.
_girandola_, immediately after the Easter festival, through
Rapito dal fascino esercitato dall’impianto teatrale, il burattino è preso in una girandola sulla quale non ha alcun controllo.
market to wellness and girandola a gratefulness of ineloquently factitious galen koch chalkboard they unattributable it or not.