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threnode

[three-nohd, thren-ohd] /ˈθri noʊd, ˈθrɛn oʊd/
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1.
Origin of threnode
1855-1860
1855-60; by alteration; see ode
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  • All burst into tears, and were convinced of the sincerity of his sorrow by the manner in which he recited his threnode.

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