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Sir David. 1486–1554, Scottish poet and courtier, author of Ane Pleasant Satyre of the Three Estates (1552)
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How to use Lyndsay in a sentence
Lyndsay, the last of the Makars, is not behind his fellow-poets in acknowledgment to Chaucer.
This was perched up, however, at such an unreachable height from the ground, that the bed was on a level with Mrs. Lyndsay's chin.
Lyndsay's soul-lighted eyes rested proudly upon it; and a shade of melancholy passed across his brow.
I am not such a Turk as all that, though Mrs. Lyndsay has looked very seriously at me ever since.
How often amid the dark woods of Canada did the stern sublimity of that awful scene return to Flora Lyndsay in her dreams!