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Wyatt

[wahy-uh t] /ˈwaɪ ət/
noun
1.
James, 1746–1813, English architect.
2.
Sir Thomas, 1503?–42, English poet and diplomat.
3.
a male given name.
Also, Wyat (for defs 2, 3)
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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

/ˈwaɪət/
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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