The segment served as the official introduction to Super Bowl 2024 as both an ode to the NFL stars, and to Las Vegas — the 2024 host city.—Kelly Wynne, Peoplemag, 12 Feb. 2024 Every marketing opportunity, including the Bergdorf windows, which have been transformed into odes to the black and white ball.—Chloe Malle, Vogue, 12 Feb. 2024 Fallston’s Visor is its newest addition, started by the current team in an ode to Woods, who often sports a visor during practice.—Sam Cohn, Baltimore Sun, 9 Feb. 2024 Toby Keith, a former rodeo hand, oil rigger and semipro football player who became a rowdy king of country music, singing patriotic anthems, wry drinking songs and propulsive odes to cowboy culture that collectively sold more than 40 million records, died Feb. 5 at 62.—Washington Post Staff, Washington Post, 6 Feb. 2024 An ode to jazz The festival kicks off Feb. 4 with an interactive family-friendly jazz concert conducted by New World Symphony fellow Molly Turner.—Amanda Rosa, Miami Herald, 1 Feb. 2024 Chanel Creative Director of Chanel, Virginie Viard revisited the feminine ribbons in which Coco Chanel snipped in an ode to balletcore.—Essence, 26 Jan. 2024 His take on the Corpse Reviver No. 2 cocktail is a tongue-tingling ode to impending summer.—Judy Revenaugh, Kansas City Star, 30 Jan. 2024 The museum’s ode to the unicorn will feature manuscripts, paintings, coins, sculptures, illustrations, tapestries and even shop signs.—Sonja Anderson, Smithsonian Magazine, 25 Jan. 2024 See More
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Middle French or Late Latin; Middle French, from Late Latin, from Greek ōidē, literally, song, from aeidein, aidein to sing; akin to Greek audē voice