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Use "mafioso" in a sentence
"The mafioso is seduced – more irony – by his opponent's embodiment of British "fair play" and Makepiece becomes a naive confidante and go-between in the proposed trade-off with MI6."
"The relationship between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown became so hostile that Blair described his chancellor as "mad, bad, dangerous and beyond redemption" and likened Brown's behaviour to that of a "mafioso" in his dealings with him, Lord Mandelson has revealed."
"However much one likes an approach – Richard Jones's outstanding drab 1950s Hansel and Gretel for WNO or Jonathan Miller's "mafioso" Rigoletto for ENO – none precludes another take."