In 2000, a 31-year-old sicilian woman on high-dose fertility drugs gave birth to octuplets, of which four eventually died.
In the last 24 hours, two boats bypassed Lampedusa and limped into the port of Catania on the sicilian island.
Throughout the narrative, the cunning sicilian, Vizzini, shouts “Inconceivable!”
Benedetto Ceraulo, the sicilian hitman, was given a life sentence.
Arnone is 33, hirsute and handsome, his dark looks inherited from sicilian ancestors.
Daoud sensed that the sicilian's sudden shifts of mood were calculated.
Artois had let go her hands, and now she turned to the sicilian.
I continued, in merciful leisure, to saturate myself in the golden glow of the sicilian poets.
He said the Signorina had said to him that she was partly a sicilian, and that he had said 'no,' that she was English.
Especially if you pick up an assortment of expletives in the sicilian vernacular.
island off the southwest tip of Italy, from Latin Sicilia, from Greek Sikelia, from Sikeloi (plural) "Sicilians," from the name of an ancient people living along the Tiber, whence part of them emigrated to the island that was thereafter named for them. The Greeks distinguished Sikeliotes "a Greek colonist in Sicily" from Sikelos "a native Sicilian." Related: Sicilian.