from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as gondola.
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Coralie flung herself into the depths of a settee, and bade Camusot seat himself in the gondole, a round-backed chair that stood opposite.
Coralie flung herself into the depths of a settee, and bade Camusot seat himself in the _gondole_, a round-backed chair that stood opposite.
The view f! rom the Rialto is so beautiful, overlooking all the restaurants, hotels alongside, and several gondole slowy making their way through the canal.
With the sun just starting to rise, the Canal is so quiet, gondole and water buses still parked on the side, no souvenir vendors and there's hardly any people on the streets except for occasional bread delivery guys, handing out bags of freshly baked breads to hotels.
... a glissade of gondole (must be the music connotations getting to me).?
"I hope there is no danger of that little boat's overtaking this large ship!" exclaimed Sir George, with a vivacity that did great credit to his philanthropy, according to the opinion of Mr. Dodge at least; the latter having imbibed a singular bias in favour of persons of condition, from having travelled in an _eilwagen_ with a German baron, from whom he had taken a model of the pipe he carried but never smoked, and from having been thrown for two days and nights into the society of a "Polish countess," as he uniformly termed her, in the _gondole_ of a _diligence_, between Lyons and Marseilles.
Hoffman se penche et lui prend la clef pendue à son cou et s'élance dans l'appartment de Giulietta qui parait dans une gondole.)