[ duhn-sey-nee ]
/ dʌnˈseɪ ni /
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Edward John More·ton Drax Plun·kett [mawr-tn draks -pluhng-ket, -kit, mohr-], /ˈmɔr tn dræks ˈplʌŋ kɛt, -kɪt, ˈmoʊr-/, 18th Baron "Lord Dunsany", 1878–1957, Irish dramatist, poet, and essayist.
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It was an immediate success and aroused great general interest in Dunsany's other plays.
A Dunsany play would be too difficult for the Gopher Prairie association.Main Street|Sinclair Lewis
Dunsany's prime quality is a romantic and highly colored imagination which is rich in symbolism.Modern British Poetry|Various
A Night at an Inn is one of Dunsany's contributions to the revival of romance in our generation.
Dunsany Castle was built by Hugh de Lacy about the middle of the twelfth century.One Irish Summer|William Eleroy Curtis
British Dictionary definitions for Dunsany
/ (dʌnˈseɪnɪ) /
18th Baron, title of Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett. 1878–1957, Irish dramatist and short-story writer
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