So I am left to pass a day of cultured leisure and to meditate on the felicity of the Tennysonian "infinite torment of flies."
They are those of a Tennysonian, and, no doubt, would be other than they are if the writer were younger than he is.
He is poeta more than vates, and he is least Tennysonian in a poem like "Maud."
When Browning arose, literature was entirely in the hands of the Tennysonian poet.
Measured by the Tennysonian standard it is often needlessly rugged and eccentric.
But does it live in the memory as one of the rare great Tennysonian lines?
Blenkins was the fine flower of Oxford Liberalism and the Tennysonian days.
The dramas, less than the lyrics, and even less than the “Idylls,” are matter for the true Tennysonian.
However, Miss Elaine seemed very well satisfied with herself and her Tennysonian title.
In the way the girl wailed forth some of her Tennysonian lines he detected a faint gleam as of something pearly in deep water.