Definition of Poetisers
1. poetiser [n] - See also: poetiser
Lexicographical Neighbors of Poetisers
Literary usage of Poetisers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Macmillan's Magazine by John Morley, Mowbray Morris, David Masson, George Grove (1891)
"Therefore, though Vaughan had the same characteristics with the rest of the poetisers of his particular time, he was able to deal with subjects of his own ..."
2. Songs of the Rail by Alexander Anderson (1881)
"They (the poems) are so far removed from the jingle-jingle of many poetisers of humble rank that one asks again and again how comes it to pass that a ..."
3. Persian Poetry for English Readers: Being Specimens of Six of the Greatest by Samuel Robinson (1883)
"Why, feeble poetisers, be envious of HAFIZ, because God hath given him the power to pour out sweet words, and to win all hearts ? Rosen, i. 80-1. ..."
4. Ravenscliffe by Anne Marsh-Caldwell (1851)
"That is the way some of your pretty, fanciful poetisers would express it, I suppose." "Dear Papa, this has been a fearful, fearful day for you; ..."