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D'Avenant

or Dav·e·nant

[ dav-uh-nuhnt ]
/ ˈdæv ə nənt /
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noun
Sir William, 1606–68, English dramatist and producer: poet laureate 1638–68.
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Davenant
/ (ˈdævənənt) /

noun
Sir William. 1606–68, English dramatist and poet: poet laureate (1638–68). His plays include Love and Honour (1634)
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