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Drayton

[dreyt-n] /ˈdreɪt n/
noun
1.
Michael, 1563–1631, English poet.
2.
William Henry, 1742–1779, American member of Continental Congress, 1778–79.
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Drayton

/ˈdreɪtən/
noun
1.
Michael. 1563–1631, English poet. His work includes odes and pastorals, and Poly-Olbion (1613–22), on the topography of England
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