- Co·ven·try (Ker·sey Digh·ton) [kov-uh n-tree kur-zee dahyt-n, duhv-uh n‐] /ˈkɒv ən tri ˈkɜr zi ˈdaɪt n, ˈdʌv ən‐/, 1823–96, English poet and essayist.
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“Exploring Mrs. Hughes and Mrs. Patmore was a great way to go,” said Nicol.‘Downton Abbey’ Season 3: Julian Fellowes, Hugh Bonneville, Michelle Dockery, and More
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He had not as yet seen Mr. Patmore Green, having escaped from London at once.
"And I never knew her to be more pleasant," said Mrs. Patmore Green.
The brougham was there, and away they went to Mrs. Patmore Green's.
Mrs. Patmore Green came to her on purpose to talk about her daughter's marriage.
Nothing in Patmore, except his genius, is so conspicuous as his limitations.Figures of Several Centuries
- Coventry (Kersey Dighton). 1823–96, English poet. His works, celebrating both conjugal and divine love, include The Angel in the House (1854–62) and The Unknown Eros (1877)
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