1 Now there happened to be among them a ribald fellow, whose name was Ctesippus, and who came from Same.
2 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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3 You have told us of their gloating lips; you heard their ribald laugh as they clutched the moving bag that the Count threw to them.
4 The second point is: I hate ribaldry and ribald talkers.
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