Definition of John keble
1. Noun. English clergyman who (with John Henry Newman and Edward Pusey) founded the Oxford movement (1792-1866).
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Literary usage of John keble
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1. The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Various Writers by Thomas Humphry Ward (1917)
"[john keble was born on St. Mark's Day (April 35), 1793, at Fairford, in Gloucestershire. He was elected Scholar of Corpus, Oxford, in his fifteenth, ..."
2. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1892)
"His father, also john keble, was vicar of Coin St. Aid wins, ... john keble was elected in December 1806. The undergraduates and bachelor scholars of Corpus ..."
3. McGuffey's Fifth Eclectic Reader by William Holmes McGuffey (1879)
"john keble (6. 1792, d. 1866) was born near Fairfax, Gloucestershire, England. He graduated at Oxford with remarkably high honors, and afterwards was ..."
4. The Cumulative Book Index by H.W. Wilson Company (1911)
"E: F: L. john keble. «$1.50. '10. Keck, Christine. See Elson, W: H., Jt. auth. Keeble. Frederick W. Habit-forming agents; their indiscriminate sale and use ..."