- He could tell, with apparent sincerity and approval, stories of courage and honor and virtue and love in the odd places he had been, and follow them with ribald stories of coldest cynicism.
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- On the surface, it was a ribald little tune about a donkey who wanted to be an arcanist.
Patrick Rothfuss -- The Name of the Wind
- Fleeing before it was a crowd of blear-eyed, drunken, and diseased wretches, male and female, half naked, ghastly, with painted cheeks, cursing and uttering ribald jests as they drifted along.
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Jim Murphy -- The Great Fire