pasquilic

pasquil

[pas-kwil]
noun
a pasquinade.

Origin:
1525–35; < Neo-Latin pasquillus < Italian pasquillo, diminutive of Pasquino; see pasquinade

pasquilic, pasquillic, adjective
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