Definition of Pasquinading

1. Verb. (present participle of pasquinade) ¹



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Definition of Pasquinading

1. pasquinade [v] - See also: pasquinade

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pasquinading

paspalum
paspalums
paspies
paspy
pasque
pasque flower
pasque flowers
pasqueflower
pasqueflowers
pasquil
pasquils
pasquin
pasquinade
pasquinaded
pasquinades
pasquinading (current term)

Literary usage of Pasquinading

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1820)
"They amuse themselves with pasquinading their neighbours in various little publications, quite unintelligible, out of the precincts of A similar system ..."

2. A Short History of French Literature: (from the Earliest Texts to the Close by George Saintsbury (1901)
"This kind of theological pasquinading was in great favour throughout the period, and authors of very various merit, such as Marnix de Sainte Aldegonde, ..."

3. Studies of the Eighteenth Century in Italy by Vernon Lee (1908)
"but they improvised a witty answer here or a comical situation there, parodying, pasquinading, always entering into the fun of the thing, like that buffo ..."

4. A Short History of French Literature by George Saintsbury (1892)
"This kind of theological pasquinading was in great favour throughout the period, and authors of very various merit, such as Marnix de Sainte Aldegonde, ..."

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