- Thomas Lov·ell [luhv-uh l] /ˈlʌv əl/, 1803–49, English dramatist and poet.
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"Faith, you may if you have aught to tell me," and he signed to Beddoes and his companion to withdraw.
"You will ride back to your post at once, Beddoes," he commanded.
I have said already that the genius of Beddoes is not dramatic, but lyrical.Figures of Several Centuries
Close as was his face-shield to Beddoes', Ken could not see what his reaction was.Seed of the Arctic Ice
H. G. Winter
At any rate, Beddoes is among the roses: it is in his expression that his greatness lies.Books and Characters
- Thomas Lovell . 1803–49, British poet, noted for his macabre imagery, esp in Death's Jest-Book (1850)
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