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And the little pasquinade is so curious, and will fill a gap in that fine collection so nicely!
THE BOOK-HUNTERJOHN HILL BURTON
A pasquinade, comparing his reign to that of Nero, was affixed to the palace gate.
HISTORY OF THE INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT OF EUROPE, VOLUME I (OF 2)JOHN WILLIAM DRAPER
But how are we to understand the uses of the pasquinade Hymn?
THE HOMERIC HYMNSANDREW LANG
A pasquinade was originally an anonymous lampoon affixed to a statue of a gladiator which still stands in Rome.
THE ROMANCE OF WORDS (4TH ED.)ERNEST WEEKLEY
The collocation, in this case, was piquant enough to beget a clever pasquinade, which was chalked up at street corners in Paris.
CHAUCER AND HIS ENGLANDG. G. COULTON
A price of two thousand guldens was set on his head, which gave Vondel cause for another trenchant pasquinade.
VONDEL'S LUCIFERJOOST VAN DEN VONDEL
The author of the pasquinade in question is, I believe, unknown.
NOTES AND QUERIES, NUMBER 139, JUNE 26, 1852VARIOUS
A pasquinade printed as a broadside and stuck up in New York city.
POEMS OF AMERICAN HISTORYVARIOUS
From the repartees appended to this statue the term Pasquinade is derived.
WALKS IN ROMEAUGUSTUS J.C. HARE
I told him, he shou'd not try to pasquinade the Source of his Poesy.
WRITINGS IN THE UNITED AMATEUR, 1915-1922HOWARD PHILLIPS LOVECRAFT
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WORDS RELATED TO PASQUINADE

  • banter
  • burlesque
  • caricature
  • causticity
  • chaffing
  • irony
  • lampoon
  • lampoonery
  • mockery
  • parody
  • pasquinade
  • persiflage
  • play-on
  • put-on
  • raillery
  • sarcasm
  • send-up
  • skit
  • spoof
  • squib
  • takeoff
  • travesty
  • wit
  • witticism
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