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