palinode[ pal-uh-nohd ]SEE DEFINITION OF palinode
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PALINODE
He sent for all his servants, even the piggard-boy, to come and heare his palinode.
The 1647 edition contains two poems, The Return and Palinode, which stand to each other in a curious relation.
The lines in roman type are those of The Return, those in italic belong to Palinode.
This criticism of the "Gate of Paradise" sounds even to the writer of it profane, and demands a palinode.
Afterwards, falling in love with a lady, he closes these sonnets with a palinode.
It gives no reasons; it merely cites me, not to be heard, but simply to sing a palinode.
Palinode, in Scotch libel cases a formal recantation exacted in addition to damages.
The Senate has revoked that bill; has retracted, recanted, and sung its palinode over that unfortunate conception.
I look for peace in the way that Plato trod, and some day I shall write my palinode in that spirit.
He made a kind of palinode to the “trading justice” later, as other people of his kind have done.