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Things ribald often describes (“ribald ________”)
songs, laughter, jokes, song, jests, humor, comments, remarks, stories, jest, comment, talk, joke, verses, tales, humour, mirth, story, wit, sense, language, laugh, words, conversation, tale, comedy, abuse, rhymes, speech, satire, verse, remark, mockery, crew, crowd, shouts, jesting, merriment, tongue, amusement, fun, character, manner, company, comedies, tone, anecdotes, slander, commentary, ballads, scenes, ditties, crows, jeers, joking, farce, spirit, banter, rhyme, parody, suggestions, jeer, lyrics, ballad, ditty, nonsense, lampoons, fellow, poem, scoffer, insult, cries, advice, tongues, press, insults, suggestion, speculation, fashion, parodies, companions, version, attack, priest, king, chorus, mob, poems, scorn, singing, writings, satires

Descriptive words:
lazy, notorious, audacious, corrupt, infamous, ignorant, old

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Book See ribald used in context: 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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