Origin of quodlibet
OTHER WORDS FROM quodlibetquod·li·bet·ic, quod·li·bet·i·cal, adjectivequod·li·bet·i·cl·ly, adverb
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How to use quodlibet in a sentence
It was a quodlibet from “Gaudeamus igitur,” “Vive la joie,” and “God save the king.”Walter Pieterse|Multatuli
In with him to the stocks; there let him sit till to-morrow morning, that Justice Quodlibet may examine him.
It is a Quodlibet, or strain of wit and invention screwed above the vulgar conceit, to beget admiration.
The climax was reached in the quodlibet, when all joined in a sort of comic chorus.Sebastian Bach|Reginald Lane Poole
Sebastian Bach—The clan feeling—A sixteenth century quodlibet.Bach|Charles Francis Abdy Williams