Origin of pasquil
Related formspas·quil·ic, pas·quil·lic, adjective
Definition for pasquil (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for pasquil
A pasquil on the Commander in Chief, or a tirade against the Government, was sure to be eagerly read and warmly approved of.Russia|Donald Mackenzie Wallace
One of Pasquil's Jests is "how mad Coomes, when his wife was drowned, sought her against the stream."
She accepted it jocularly as a “pasquil,” and Knox on his departure was condemned and burned in effigy.
It is not to be marvelled at if the Regent did style the letter a “pasquil.”John Knox and the Reformation|Andrew Lang
In Pasquil's Jests, the tale is told of a "young woman of Barnet."