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Occleve

[ok-leev]
noun
  1. Hoccleve.
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Historical Examples of occleve

  • Occleve's poem has not been printed; but see Ritson's Biblioth.

    Notes and Queries, Number 59, December 14, 1850

    Various

  • The old man addresses Occleve as his son, and the poet calls his aged monitor father.

  • Occleve always depicted Chaucer with a rosary in his hand, and his penner, containing his pen and inkhorn, hanging to his vest.

    Chaucer for Children

    Mrs. H. R. Haweis

  • The dissipated life led by the youth of the time appears in the reminiscences of the poet Occleve of his own conduct.

  • Westminster Gate was then noted for its taverns and cook-shops, at which the lavishness of Occleve made him a welcome guest.