Definition of morbidezza
1 : an extreme delicacy and softness marveled at the morbidezza of the Italian women — Francis Hackett had too heroic a style for the morbidezza of the music he played
2 : a sensual delicacy of flesh-coloring in painting morbidezza in his treatment of flesh — Edward McCurdy
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Origin and Etymology of morbidezza
Italian, from morbido tender, delicate, from Latin morbidus diseased, unwholesome
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