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Definition of "caro" []

  • Sir Antony. 1924–2013, British sculptor, best known for his abstract steel sculptures (noun)
  • Joseph (ben Ephraim) 1488–1575, Jewish legal scholar and mystic, born in Spain; compiler of the Shulhan Arukh (1564–65), the most authoritative Jewish legal code (noun)

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Use "caro" in a sentence
  • "Neither your address nor the recipients's address will be used for any other purpose. caro: RT @JakeGint: @caro Mark Twain -- "Coldest Winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco""
  • "Verbum caro, which is, as its last line declares, "full of grace and truth.""
  • ""Well, I don't say it wouldn't do," Paolo answered reflectively; "but it seems to me something like 'caro' or 'amato' [Footnote: Dear -- beloved] might be appropriate for such a pet.""
  • "Verbum caro, which is, as its last line declares, "full of grace and truth.""
  • "June 30th, 2009 3: 30 pm ET why is that such a news flash, south caro is thru with him the most, the fool of stimulus and commander and cheat, that is why what he said about bill clinton, is coming to bite him in his argentina tail."