- n. Plural form of roundelay.
“And so far from Strephon spending his time in sitting by a purling stream playing "roundelays" upon a pipe, -- poor fellow! he can scarcely afford to smoke one, his hours of labour are so long, and his wages are so small.”
“Inevitable roundelays of Lee Greenwood, Chinese-made yellow ribbon magnets and American flag window clings (most of which ended up festooning the medians of America's highways), confused the senses and helped to create the myth that President Bush was a colossus of leadership.”
“And after many days and many cable news roundelays, I think we can all agree that, yes, the GOP has been inextri ...”
“And after many days and many cable news roundelays, I think we can all agree that, yes, the GOP has been inextri ... digg”
“And after many days and many cable news roundelays, I think we can all agree that, yes, the GOP has been inextricably grasped within the meaty, sweaty mitts of that familiar planetoid of addiction, racism and self-indulgence known as Rush Limbaugh.”
“There's a strange, unsettling pleasure to be found in this straight-faced perversity, in the way that Hawks plays up the film's sexual roundelays.”
“After Pelosi gave a list of Democratic programs, Russert asked her if the Democrats would repeal the Bush tax cuts to pay for all this and Pelosi simply refused to answer the question and went into a series of vague "everything is on the table" roundelays.”
“‘Five classics,’ that she was able to write odes and devise roundelays, and so my father requested an interpreter to ask her to write something.”
“There are a couple of roundelays, composed by a later poet,”
“Let us sing, let us drink, and tune up our roundelays.”
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