[ fri-noh ]
/ frɪˈnoʊ /
Philip, 1752–1832, U.S. poet and editor.
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How to use Freneau in a sentence
New York, in this time that the poet Freneau lay a prisoner, was not as it had been in his college days.
It was in one of these very bookstores that Freneau met Lindley Murray in the year after the peace was declared.
The paper continued under Freneau until 1793, when he returned to New York for a time.
The poetic muse hovered closest about Philip Freneau in the days of stirring scenes and momentous events.
British Dictionary definitions for Freneau
Philip . 1752–1832, US poet, journalist, and patriot; editor of the National Gazette (1791–93)
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