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Haydon

/ˈheɪdən/
noun
1.
Benjamin (Robert). 1786–1846, British historical painter and art critic, best known for his Autobiography and Journals (1853)
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  • haydon, the painter, dated his decline from the day on which he first borrowed money.

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  • Miss Mitford says that haydon, above all, sympathised with her love for a large canvas.

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  • I will gladly make the exchange, or go for Mr. Lyster or Mr. haydon, if you desire it.

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  • But Mr. haydon did not appear to appreciate the scene with the same degree of fervor.

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  • Mr. haydon seemed a trifle resentful at this indifferent reception.

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  • But Mr. haydon made a gesture of antipathy to any converse with that individual.

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