Definition of Sonnetting
1. sonnet [v] - See also: sonnet
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sonnetting
Literary usage of Sonnetting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Queen Mary, a drama. Author's ed by Alfred Tennyson (1875)
"Come, now, you're sonnetting again. WYATT. Not I. I'll have my head set higher in the state ; Or—if the Lord God will it — on the stake. [Exeunt. SCENE II. ..."
2. Bacon's Nova Resuscitatio; Or, The Unveiling of His Concealed Works and Travels by Walter Begley (1905)
"We know, too, that Sidney was a diligent student of Plutarch, and so was Bacon— a lover of sonnetting, too, when it was in fashion, and we have evidence ..."
3. Bacon's Nova Resuscitatio; Or, The Unveiling of His Concealed Works and Travels by Walter Begley (1905)
"And recent discoveries seem to favour the view that Bacon, too, was not quite ignorant of the sonnetting mania then rising ..."