Definition of Sir thomas wyat
1. Noun. English poet who introduced the sonnet form to English literature (1503-1542).
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1. The British Bibliographer by Egerton Brydges, Joseph Haslewood (1810)
"sir thomas wyat, their son anil St. John's College Cambridge. He then travelled principally to Italy, whence he derived his most splendid ac- ..."
2. The History of English Poetry: From the Close of the Eleventh Century to the by Thomas Warton (1840)
"sir thomas wyat. Inferior to Surrey as a writer of Sonnets. Hit Life. His Genius characterised. Excels in Moral Poetry. WITH Surrey's Poems, Tottel has ..."
3. The Town: Its Memorable Characters and Events. St. Paul's to St. James's by Leigh Hunt (1848)
"Passages respecting him from Lingard, sir thomas wyat, and others. — His Additions to Whitehall. — A Retrospect at Elizabeth. — Court of James resumed. ..."