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Keats

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noun

John, 1795–1821, English poet.

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Keats·i·an, adjective
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Keats
/ (kiːts) /

noun

John. 1795–1821, English poet. His finest poetry is contained in Lamia and other Poems (1820), which includes The Eve of St Agnes, Hyperion, and the odes On a Grecian Urn, To a Nightingale, To Autumn, and To Psyche
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