- John,1795–1821, English poet.
- a young guinea fowl.
Origin of keet
An Americanism dating back to 1855–60; imitative
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Examples from the Web for keats
Like Keats, in a few short months she wrote the poems on which her giant reputation now rests.Sylvia Plath’s Darkest Sea: What an Unveiled Draft Poem Reveals
May 3, 2013
Keats then ran up to the victim, yelled, 'Don't tell my dogs to shut up,' and began shooting at the victim.
According to the media release, Keats' 52-year-old next door neighbor yelled at the dogs to be quiet and kicked the fence.
The encounter between Keats and his neighbor ended nonlethally only by good luck.
I want to read Keats and Wordsworth, Hemingway, George Orwell.Why I’ve Learned Many Languages by Aravind Adiga
February 19, 2012
In 1821, he wrote his Adonais, a monody on the death of Keats.A Dish Of Orts
Keats and Wither will serve as examples with which to finish our argument.
In spite of all that has been said Keats takes higher rank as poet than Wither?
Keats and Shelley had the good fortune to die in the fulness of their romantic glory.The American Mind
For Keats beauty was truth, and that was all he cared to know.Shelley, Godwin and Their Circle
H. N. Brailsford
- John. 1795–1821, English poet. His finest poetry is contained in Lamia and other Poems (1820), which includes The Eve of St Agnes, Hyperion, and the odes On a Grecian Urn, To a Nightingale, To Autumn, and To Psyche
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