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Wyatt

[wahy-uh t]
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noun
  1. James,1746–1813, English architect.
  2. Sir Thomas,1503?–42, English poet and diplomat.
  3. a male given name.
Also Wy·at (for defs 2, 3).
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Examples from the Web for wyatt

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  • The great wonder was, how Wyatt had been entrapped into such a match.

  • Wyatt depended upon finding the people of London on his side.

    Queen Elizabeth

    Jacob Abbott

  • In the mean time Wyatt and Suffolk remained prisoners in the Tower.

    Queen Elizabeth

    Jacob Abbott

  • "I have kept touch," Wyatt exclaimed; but his enterprise was hopeless now.

    The Reign of Mary Tudor

    W. Llewelyn Williams.

  • The plan was identical with that of Wyatt and Suffolk and Carew.

    The Reign of Mary Tudor

    W. Llewelyn Williams.


British Dictionary definitions for wyatt

Wyatt

noun
  1. James. 1746–1813, British architect; a pioneer of the Gothic Revival
  2. Sir Thomas. ?1503–42, English poet at the court of Henry VIII
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