verb (used with object), pas·quin·ad·ed, pas·quin·ad·ing.
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Origin of pasquinade
OTHER WORDS FROM pasquinadepas·quin·ad·er, nounpas·quin·i·an [pas-kwin-ee-uhn], /pæsˈkwɪn i ən/, adjective
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A pasquinade printed as a broadside and stuck up in New York city.Poems of American History|Various
I told him, he shou'd not try to pasquinade the Source of his Poesy.Writings in the United Amateur, 1915-1922|Howard Phillips Lovecraft
A pasquinade was originally an anonymous lampoon affixed to a statue of a gladiator which still stands in Rome.The Romance of Words (4th ed.)|Ernest Weekley
That motto from the prologue to Persius' book of satires might be inscribed on the title-page of Gozzi's pasquinade.The Memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi; Volume the first|Count Carlo Gozzi
A pasquinade, comparing his reign to that of Nero, was affixed to the palace gate.History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume I (of 2)|John William Draper