Definition of Lovelace

1. Noun. English poet (1618-1857).

Exact synonyms: Richard Lovelace
Generic synonyms: Poet



Definition of Lovelace

1. Proper noun. (surname from=Middle English) ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lovelace

Louisianans
Louisianian
Louisianians
Louisville
Lourdes
Louth
Louvain
Louvre
Louvre Museum
Love wave
Love waves
Lovech
Lovecraft
Lovecraftian
Lovelace
Lovell
Loven reflex
Lovibond's angle
Lovibond's profile sign
Lovina
Lovoa
Lovoa klaineana
Low Archipelago
Low Countries
Low German
Low Latin
Low Saxon
Low Sunday

Literary usage of Lovelace

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1. The American Historical Review by American historical association (1904)
"Thomas lovelace was one of the three men sent the Dutch vessel to demand the cause of its ... The forms of Richard lovelace, Esq., now first tailed, -litt, ..."

2. The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Thomas Humphry Ward (1916)
"[RICHARD lovelace was born at Woolwich in 1618; he died in Gunpowder Alley, ... It may safely be said that of all the Royalist lyrists lovelace has been ..."

3. The History of England, from the Accession of James the Second by Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay (1886)
"The first of these was John Lord lovelace, distinguished by his taste, ... lovelace had subsequently been admitted into the confidence of those who planned ..."

4. Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A Selection of the Choicest Productions by Robert Chambers, Robert Carruthers (1853)
"Thus personally distinguished, and a royalist in principle, lovelace was chosen ... The Long Parliament was then in the ascendant, and lovelace was thrown ..."

5. Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A History Critical and by Robert Chambers, David Patrick (1901)
"Thus personally distinguished, and a royalist in principle, lovelace was chosen ... The Long Parliament was then in the ascendant, and lovelace was thrown ..."

6. The Memorial History of the City of New-York: From Its First Settlement to by James Grant Wilson (1892)
"But the character of John, Lord lovelace, Baron of Hurley, ... While some assert that Lord lovelace was the nephew, a greater number have made the statement ..."

7. English Colonies in America by John Andrew Doyle (1907)
"Thus in the six months which intervened between the appointment of lovelace and his arrival we hear of no rekindling of the old party quarrel. ..."

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