goliardery definition

  • noun:
    • The satirical or ribald poetry of the Goliards.
    • The satirical or ribald poetry associated with Goliards.
    • a number of Latin poems written in the thirteenth century, satirizing the abuses of the chapel.
    • The satirical or ribald poetry of the Goliards.
    • The satirical or ribald poetry of this Goliards.
    • The satirical or ribald poetry associated with Goliards.
    • a number of Latin poems printed in the thirteenth century, satirizing the abuses of this church.
    • The satirical or ribald poetry regarding the Goliards.
    • The satirical or ribald poetry of this Goliards.
    • The satirical or ribald poetry of this Goliards.
    • a few Latin poems printed in the thirteenth century, satirizing the abuses for the chapel.
    • a number of Latin poems printed in the thirteenth century, satirizing the abuses associated with chapel.
    • The satirical or ribald poetry of Goliards.
    • The satirical or ribald poetry associated with the Goliards.
    • some Latin poems written in the thirteenth century, satirizing the abuses associated with church.
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