They number about five hundred, ranking him as the most prolific English sonneteer.
You are as delightful a lyrist as you are a sonneteer, and I could not give you higher praise.
Hanmer, who is generally followed, read 'sonneteer'; but it is doubtful if that term was then in use.
Our sonneteer may be said to have borrowed the exclamation from Luther.
I carried up six or eight pails of water from the spring and followed the sonneteer's example.
The gift bred an alarm in her bosom beyond any induced by the rhyming passion of the sonneteer.
Here they will find him as a sonneteer proclaiming liberty with scarcely less zeal and power than Milton.
As a sonneteer he showed much grace and sweetness, and English poets borrowed freely from him.
Frank, who had always thought of Mrs. Greenock in the light of a Puritan rather than a sonneteer, gave a sudden choke of laughter.
The sonnet was however the form of composition he preferred, and as a sonneteer he will be remembered.