Definition of Ted hughes
1. Noun. English poet (born in 1930).
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ted Hughes
Literary usage of Ted hughes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Heartache of Motherhood by Joyce Nicholson (1983)
"In her second year there, when she married another poet, ted hughes, she told a friend, 'You have no idea how marvellous it is to be relieved of that ..."
2. Face to Face by Gabrielle Warnock, Jeff W. O'Connell (2000)
"MIROSLAV HOLUB 1923-1998 A clinical pathologist and immunologist and also a leading poet, described by ted hughes as 'one of the half dozen most important ..."
3. The Cambrian (1901)
"Mid-Rhondda United Choir (Mr. ted hughes). 10.—Swansea Ebenezer Choral Society (Mr. JD Thomas). The North Staffordshire Choir, among the others, ..."
4. Britain: Including Ireland by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated (2001)
"Bedside books include volumes of ted hughes' poetry (he lived nearby and was a frequent visitor). ..."
5. Britain: Including Ireland by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated (2001)
"Bedside books include volumes of ted hughes' poetry (he lived nearby and was a frequent visitor). All the bedrooms give an immediate feeling of comfort and ..."
6. The Ultimate Shape Book Grades K-2 by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers (2002)
"The Iron Giant: A Story in Five Nights by ted hughes; Alfred A. Knopf Inc., 1999. Robobots by Matt Novak; Dorling Kindersley Publishing Inc., 1999. ..."