Palinodial

Pal`i`no´di`al


a.1.Of or pertaining to a palinode, or retraction.
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Gros, 1992, 96, notes that at the competition of the Puy of Amiens of 1535, when Sceve was beginning to make himself known, there was a palinodial device chosen by "Maistre" Charles Leclerc, "bachelier en Decret" and cathedral chaplain, containing this mariological symbol: "Myre donnant odeur incomparable.
More satisfactory is Albert Russell Ascoli's meditation on the palinodial genesis of Dante's successive works, on the way in which each somehow relates to its predecessor by way of qualification.