adverb (or adjective) ama·re·vo·le \ˌä-mə-ˈre-və-lē\

Definition of amarevole

  1. :  with bitterness —used as a direction in music

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Origin and Etymology of amarevole

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

First Known Use: circa 1854

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