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Borrowing from French envoi

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envoi ‎(plural envois)

  1. A short stanza at the end of a poem, used either to address a person or to comment on the preceding body of the poem.
    • 2009, January 28, “Erica Jeal”, in LSO/Segerstam[1]:
      From the pulsing throb of the very opening, this was a detailed, incisive playing, culminating in an envoi glowing enough to provide the catharsis this programme so uncompromisingly demanded.

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envoi m ‎(plural envois)

  1. dispatch, sending (act of sending); shipping
  2. (military) dispatch
  3. package (something that is sent or dispatches)
  4. (poetry) envoi

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