Definition of 'ribald'
Example sentences containing 'ribald'
The Sun (2015)
The contest is fierce and the jokes ribald, particularly during clips of the guests' early appearances.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The whole House burst "into ribald laughter at this quite unexpected solution of the problem of a better central control of our war effort '.THE GUARDSMEN (2004)
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Definition of ribald from the Collins English Dictionary
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