Definition of Poetises
1. poetise [v] - See also: poetise
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Poetises
Literary usage of Poetises
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1885)
"... in a region where the popular imagination poetises the commonest material objects, and is saturated with stories of elves and giants, with magic swords, ..."
2. Memoranda of the Experience, Labors, and Travels of a Universalist Preacher by George Rogers (1845)
"CHAPTER V. Review—Avows the Universalist faith — Sermon on the rich man and Lazarus—poetises again—Is convinced of the propriety of connecting himself with ..."
3. History of Materialism and Criticism of Its Present Importance by Friedrich Albert Lange (1892)
"... the ideas of its circumstances; but if they did not idealise at all, they would be no longer artists. The eye of love poetises, the longing of the heart ..."
4. Publications by Mississippi Historical Society (1916)
"... and dissipates into thin air the seeming Homeric beauties of sentiment claimed for his battle "Above the Clouds," and wherein he poetises with undue ..."