Definition of Marianne moore
1. Noun. United States poet noted for irony and wit (1887-1872).
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Literary usage of Marianne moore
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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 «T OON" . . . "goose" ... and "vulture" . . . -L' Thus, from the kings of water and ..."