noun, plural au·bades [oh-badz, oh-bahdz; French oh-bad] /oʊˈbædz, oʊˈbɑdz; French oʊˈbad/. Music.
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After all, that “Aubade Provenale” was just the melodious story of the woods in spring.The Branding Iron|Katharine Newlin Burt
He remembered that Alain was supposed to sing an aubade, a dawn song, in the street below to warn and rouse him.The Saracen: Land of the Infidel|Robert Shea
Sweet as any aubade of the olden time, under olive and ilex, is it not?A Speckled Bird|Augusta J. Evans Wilson