Related formsKeats·i·an, adjective
Definition for keats (2 of 3)
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Origin of keet
Examples from the Web for keats
Like Keats, in a few short months she wrote the poems on which her giant reputation now rests.Sylvia Plath’s Darkest Sea: What an Unveiled Draft Poem Reveals|Olivia Cole|May 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Keats then ran up to the victim, yelled, 'Don't tell my dogs to shut up,' and began shooting at the victim.
According to the media release, Keats' 52-year-old next door neighbor yelled at the dogs to be quiet and kicked the fence.
The encounter between Keats and his neighbor ended nonlethally only by good luck.
I want to read Keats and Wordsworth, Hemingway, George Orwell.
He was as sensitive as Keats to the charm of blue, and left many records of his love, such as the paragraphs above quoted.Old-Time Gardens|Alice Morse Earle
Hazlitt shared the popular conception of Keats as an effeminate poet.Hazlitt on English Literature|Jacob Zeitlin
After scrutinizing all of us, and assuring herself that the boys really were Keats and Hen, she grunted deeply and came forward.Mothering on Perilous|Lucy S. Furman
Hunt, after Keats's death, said in reference to this: "Had he but given me the hint!"Recollections of Dante Gabriel Rossetti|T. Hall Caine
I am now engaged, wrote Mr. Severn, the artist-friend who watched over Keats in his last hours, on a picture of the poets grave.The Collector|Henry T. Tuckerman