Definition of Pasquils

1. pasquil [n] - See also: pasquil

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pasquils

paso doble
paso dobles
pasodoble
pasodobles
paspalism
paspalum
paspalums
paspies
paspy
pasque
pasque flower
pasque flowers
pasqueflower
pasqueflowers
pasquil
pasquils (current term)
pasquin
pasquinade
pasquinaded
pasquinades
pasquinading
pass
pass'd
pass(a)
pass-fail
pass-out
pass-outs
pass-parole
pass-paroles
pass-remarkable

Literary usage of Pasquils

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1. Collectanea Anglo-poetica: Or, A Bibliographical and Descriptive Catalogue by Thomas Corser, James Crossley (1867)
"A to F 4, in fours. Bound in Calf, neat. BRETON, (NICHOLAS.) — pasquils ... This seems strong evidence in favour of his being the author of pasquils ..."

2. The Congregationalism of the Last Three Hundred Years, as Seen in Its by Henry Martyn Dexter, Andover Theological Seminary (1880)
"239 There was indeed another tract entitled : The First parte of pasquils Apologie. ... pasquils ..."

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