Definition of Poetizers
1. poetizer [n] - See also: poetizer
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Poetizers
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, ..."