Definition of Poetizers

1. poetizer [n] - See also: poetizer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Poetizers

poeticizing
poetick
poeticness
poetics
poeticule
poeticules
poetise
poetised
poetiser
poetisers
poetises
poetising
poetize
poetized
poetizer
poetizers (current term)
poetizes
poetizing
poetless
poetlike
poetries
poetry
poetry in motion
poetry slam
poetry slams
poetryless
poetrylike
poets
poets laureate
poetship

Literary usage of Poetizers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Poet Lore (1907)
"They have often chosen harsh and rugged sounds as a healthful reaction against the too mellifluous strains of facile poetizers. To Pascoli verse is but a ..."

2. Works by James Fenimore Cooper (1892)
"... I have seen her read the same thing over and over again, till I'm sure she must know it by heart; which your poetizers always do with what they writes. ..."

3. The Pilgrim Republic: An Historical Review of the Colony of New Plymouth by John Abbot Goodwin (1888)
"It has long been the fashion in this connection for poetizers, lecturers, and story-writers of high as well as low degree, somewhat from 1 Chron. PH., 259. ..."

4. Our Poets of Today by Howard Willard Cook (1918)
"... McClure is the born poet, the poet, first and last, the poet full-fledged from the start, as opposed to all your stock company of sweating poetizers. ..."

5. Southern Sidelights: A Picture of Social and Economic Life in the South a by Edward Ingle (1896)
"... during the twenty or thirty years before the war, gave to the world a coterie of book-makers, essayists, and poetizers, comparatively few in reputation, ..."

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