gondoletta [gon-dl-et-uh] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a small Venetian gondola.

Also gon·do·let [gon-dl-et] /ˌgɒn dlˈɛt/. Origin of gondoletta 1595–1605; Italian, diminutive of gondola Examples from the Web for gondoletta Historical Examples of gondoletta

  • Still, we found always a fairy element in the “Gita in gondoletta.”

    From the Oak to the Olive

    Julia Ward Howe

  • The study of the books to school Renee was pursued, like the Bianchina’s sleep, in gondoletta, and was not unlike it at intervals.

    Beauchamp’s Career, Complete

    George Meredith

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