Definition of Idylist

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of idyllist) ¹



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Definition of Idylist

1. a writer of idyls [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Idylist

idoses
idoxuridine
idrialine
idrialines
idrialite
idrialites
idrosis
ids
iduronate
iduronate sulfatase
iduronic acid
iduronidase
idyl
idylatries
idylatry
idylist (current term)
idylists
idyll
idyllian
idyllic
idyllical
idyllically
idyllics
idyllist
idyllists
idylls
idyls
idée
idées
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Literary usage of Idylist

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1. Lectures on Greek Poetry by John William Mackail (1911)
"And so, while he is properly speaking an idylist, and while half of his extant poetry is not pastoral at all, it is as a pastoral poet, as the first and ..."

2. The Bibelot: A Reprint of Poetry and Prose for Book Lovers, Chosen in Part by Thomas Bird Mosher, John Keats (1899)
"... idylist of the Gutter," Under tht Microscope leaves no shadow of a doubt. Besides a faithful reprint of the text some very interesting collateral matter ..."

3. The Art of the Uffizi Palace and the Florence Academy by Charles Christian Heyl (1912)
"He has been characterized aptly as an emancipator, — a rejector of conventionality, — an idylist. All these he was, and more. An individuality rare indeed, ..."

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