[sit-wuh l, -wel]
- Dame Edith,1887–1964, English poet and critic.
- her brotherSir Osbert,1892–1969, English poet and novelist.
- her brotherSir Sa·chev·er·ell [suh-shev-er-uh l] /səˈʃɛv ər əl/, 1897–1988, English poet, novelist, and art critic.
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Examples from the Web for sitwell
“These days we all have to be a bit more sensible,” says Sitwell.The Death of the English Eccentric
November 25, 2014
It was, I suspect, a plan of Sitwell's to pit us against each other.The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)
Charles James Lever
"You should rather say the worst of us, Dr. Sitwell," observed my tutor.
My host had left the room only a few seconds when Dr. Sitwell entered it.
See, he is coming through the shrubbery now, and Dr. Sitwell with him.
See his Letter to Mrs. Sitwell, September 6th, 1873, and ch.The Youth of Goethe
Peter Hume Brown
- Dame Edith. 1887–1964, English poet and critic, noted esp for her collection Façade (1922)
- her brother, Sir Osbert. 1892–1969, English writer, best known for his five autobiographical books (1944–50)
- his brother, Sir Sacheverell (səˈʃɛvərəl). 1897–1988, English poet and writer of books on art, architecture, music, and travel
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