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Condottieʹri

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Leaders of military adventurers in the fifteenth century. The most noted of these brigand leaders in Italy were Guarnieʹri, Lando, Francesʹco of Carmagʹnola, and Francesco Sforza. Giacʹomo Sforza, the son of Francesco, married the daughter of the Duke of Milan, and succeeded his father-in-law. The singular is Condottiēre (5 syl.).

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Concert Pitch
Concerto (Italian)
Concierge
Conciergerie
Conclave
Conclamatio
Conclamatum est
Concord is Strength
Concordat
Condign
Condottieri
Confederate States
Confederation of the Rhine
Confession
Confiscate
Confusion Worse Confounded
Congé
Congé dElire
Congleton Bears
Congregationalists
Congreve Rockets

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