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Definition of "mafioso" [mafioso]

  • Alternative capitalization of Mafioso (noun)

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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."