Thesaurus / ode
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It was supposed to be a sweet outing with their grandparents, an ode to generations of tradition and heritage.

There are Dolly songs that cut so deep they will break your heart, and there are others to be avoided because you don’t want to think about her that way, like her awkward ode to swinging.

It was on this occasion that Swift lampooned the lieutenant-general in his Ode to a Salamander.

Being called on by the master, he read and construed the tenth Ode of the first Book very regularly.

Other slight reminders of Ossianic description occur throughout the ode.

Ossian in GermanyRudolf Tombo

His setting of Schiller's "Ode to Joy" was incomparably the best of the sixty efforts.

The GeniusMargaret Horton Potter

The fragment just translated is the original of the ninth ode of the first book.

Erasmus' account of this visit, given many years afterward, is an explanation of how he came to write an ode to the young prince.

René took the incident as an omen, and turned his ode into a prophecy which he delivered to his master as the utterance of God.

Of the rest I cannot think any excellent: the Skylark pleases me best, which has, however, more of the epigram than of the ode.

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