Berryman

[ber-ee-muh n]
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noun

John,1914–72, U.S. poet and critic.

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Historical Examples of berryman

  • Berryman returned his volume to the shelf and took another down.

    The Island Pharisees

    John Galsworthy

  • Do I understand you to say, Berryman, that you don't enjoy a spicy book?

    The Island Pharisees

    John Galsworthy

  • The request was granted, and the Arctic, under command of the same gallant Lieutenant Berryman, was assigned to this service.

    The Story of the Atlantic Telegraph

    Henry M. (Henry Martyn) Field

  • Yet on the chart of Dayman the floor of the sea seems not such a dead level as on that of Berryman.

    The Story of the Atlantic Telegraph

    Henry M. (Henry Martyn) Field

  • This may be partly owing to a difference of route, as Dayman passed a little to the north of the track of Berryman.

    The Story of the Atlantic Telegraph

    Henry M. (Henry Martyn) Field


British Dictionary definitions for berryman

Berryman

noun

John . 1914–72, US poet and critic, author of Homage to Mistress Bradstreet (1956) and Dream Songs (1964–68)
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