Definition of aquarelle
: a drawing usually in transparent watercolor
aquarellistplay \-ˈre-list\ noun
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Meanwhile, fashion illustrator Talia Zoref was on hand and busy creating aquarelle sketches for guests to take home.
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Origin and Etymology of aquarelle
French, from obsolete Italian acquarella (now acquerello), from acqua water, from Latin aqua
First Known Use: 1821See Words from the same year
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