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Word: elegy

Definition: poem or song expressing lamentation (for the dead); ADJ. elegiacal, elegiac

Sentences Containing 'elegy'

So there being no copy, but one pair of cases, and the Elegy likely to require all the letter, no one could help him.
This was in a little collection of verses by different hands on the death of Isabel de Valois, second queen of Philip II, published by the professor in 1569, to which Cervantes contributed four pieces, including an elegy, and an epitaph in the form of a sonnet.
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