ama·​re·​vo·​le | \ ˌä-mə-ˈre-və-lē How to pronounce amarevole (audio) \

Definition of amarevole

: with bitterness used as a direction in music

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First Known Use of amarevole

circa 1854, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for amarevole

Italian amaro bitter (from Latin amarus) + -evole -able (from Latin -ibilis)

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