Definition of Marianne moore

1. Noun. United States poet noted for irony and wit (1887-1872).

Exact synonyms: Marianne Craig Moore, Moore
Generic synonyms: Poet

Lexicographical Neighbors of Marianne Moore

Maria Luigi Carlo Zenobio Cherubini
Maria Magdalene von Losch
Maria Meneghini Callas
Maria Mitchell
Maria Montesorri
Maria Tallchief
Marian Anderson
Mariana Islands
Mariana Trench
Marianne Craig Moore
Marianne Moore
Marie's ataxia
Marie's disease
Marie-Robinson syndrome
Marie-Strumpell disease
Marie Anne Charlotte Corday d'Armont
Marie Antoinette
Marie Charlotte Carmichael Stopes
Marie Curie
Marie Dolores Eliza Rosanna Gilbert
Marie Goeppert Mayer
Marie Grosholtz

Literary usage of Marianne moore

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

1. Contemporary Verse Anthology: Favorite Poems Selected from the Magazine by Charles Wharton Stork (1920)
"... marianne moore -L' Thus, from the kings of water and of air, Men pluck three catchwords for their empty lips. Mock them in turn, wise, dumb triumvirate! ..."

2. Contemporary Verse Anthology: Selected from the Magazine "Contemporary Verse" by Charles Wharton Stork (1920)
"... BY marianne moore ¬ęT OON" . . . "goose" ... and "vulture" . . . -L' Thus, from the kings of water and ..."

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