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This portion abounds with non-Chaucerian rimes, as explained in the Introduction, and is not by any means remarkable for accuracy.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems|Geoffrey Chaucer
Under his reign, Henryson, the greatest of the Chaucerian school in Scotland, produced his admirable poems.A Short History of Scotland|Andrew Lang
The themes of all his more ambitious poems can be traced to Chaucerian sources.
Even here, however, the piece still keeps the Chaucerian form and manner, and is only a kind of exercise.
Something of the kind had partially existed in the case of the Chaucerian poetic; but it was an altogether isolated something.
British Dictionary definitions for Chaucerian
- an admirer of Chaucer's works
- a specialist in the study or teaching of Chaucer