Trapani


Trapani

Trapani [trah-pah-nee] Examples noun

  1. a seaport in NW Sicily.

Examples from the Web for trapani Historical Examples of trapani

  • I did not find out its having been written at Trapani till January, 1892.

    Samuel Butler: A Sketch

    Henry Festing Jones

  • Calatafimi is a town of 10,000 inhabitants about twenty miles inland from Trapani.

    Diversions in Sicily

    H. Festing Jones

  • The next morning the cloud had gone and I returned to Trapani.

    Diversions in Sicily

    H. Festing Jones

  • Trapani, Monte S. Giuliano and neighbourhood, in two sheets.

    The Samuel Butler Collection

    Henry Festing Jones

  • Trapani has found Il Lupo, and they are going to attack the city by sea!

    The Island of Enchantment

    Justus Miles Forman

  • British Dictionary definitions for trapani Trapani noun

    1. a port in S Italy, in NW Sicily: Carthaginian naval base, ceded to the Romans after the First Punic War. Pop: 68 346 (2001)

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