Vanzetti


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Van·zet·ti

 (văn-zĕt′ē, vän-dzĕt′tē), Bartolomeo 1888-1927.
Italian-born American anarchist who with Nicola Sacco was convicted of a double murder and sentenced to death (1921). Despite the circumstantial nature of the evidence against them and worldwide protests against the verdict, the two were executed in 1927.

Vanzetti

(vænˈzɛtɪ)
n
(Biography) Bartolomeo (bartoloˈmɛːo). 1888–1927, US radical agitator, born in Italy: executed with Sacco in a case that had worldwide political repercussions

Van•zet•ti

(vænˈzɛt i)

n.
Bartolomeo, 1888–1927, Italian anarchist, in the U.S. after 1908. Compare Sacco, Nicola.
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Noun1.Vanzetti - United States anarchist (born in Italy) who with Nicola Sacco was convicted of murder and in spite of world-wide protest was executed (1888-1927)
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