Definition of Balladed
1. ballad [v] - See also: ballad
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Literary usage of Balladed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Old English Ballads by Francis Barton Gummere (1894)
"... and a recurring refrain, suggest models far removed from the verses of that later rout whom Shakspere knew, the " scald rhymers" who balladed out o' ..."
2. Amenities of Literature, Consisting of Sketches and Characters of English by Isaac Disraeli (1842)
"By puritans hated, by Romanists misliked, and surrounded by trains of the "blue bonnets," who were acted on the stage, and balladed in the streets; ..."
3. Aspects of Fiction and Other Ventures in Criticism by Brander Matthews (1896)
"Mr. Lang has balladed the praises of " Miss Braddon and Gaboriau," and he may be sure that these masters of sensation believed in themselves, ..."
4. A Select Collection of Old Plays: In Twelve Volumes ; with Additional Notes by Isaac Reed, Robert Dodsley, Octavius Gilchrist, John Payne Collier (1825)
"I make but repetition, Of what is ordinary, and Rialto talk, And balladed, and would be plaid o'th' stage, But that vice many times finds such loud friends, ..."
5. A Select Collection of Old Plays by Robert Dodsley (1780)
"... Be balladed, and fung to filthy tunes— But do I talk (till r well, I mult leave This patience—And now, ..."