[ hous-muhn ]
/ ˈhaʊs mən /
A(lfred) E(dward), 1859–1936, English poet and classical scholar.
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How to use Housman in a sentence
Housman said nothing about the summer, but Mrs Housman told me she was not going to Cornwall this year.
I again tried the butler and asked him whether Mrs Housman was coming back to-morrow morning.
Miss Housman said she had studied music for five years under the best musicians in the world at Leipzig.
She had at once offered to go to Oakley, but Mrs Housman said she would rather see no one at present.
British Dictionary definitions for Housman
A (lfred) E (dward). 1859–1936, English poet and classical scholar, author of A Shropshire Lad (1896) and Last Poems (1922)
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