Here we pass into the later form called (for convenience only) the rondeau.
What shall I weave for thee—what shall I spin— Rondel, or rondeau, or virelai?
rondeau, one of the generals who had helped depose Posadas and Alvear, had been rewarded with command of the army of the north.
The triolet is a sort of abbreviation of the second variety of rondeau.
Get the mill-crew together and phone for rondeau and his woods-crew.
My old friend Gershom has very slyly written a rondeau to me.
Your woods-boss, rondeau, will also swear that you approached him with a proposition to do away with Bryce Cardigan.
This he followed by English versions of the rondel, rondeau and villanelle.
The rondeau was much cultivated by the French poet, Clment Marot.
I will make that all right, and what's the French chap's name—Boileau, rondeau, eh?