Palgrave

[pawl-greyv, pal-]
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noun

Francis Turner,1824–97, English critic, poet, and anthologist.

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  • Palgrave was always extreme; his language was incautious--violent!

  • He changed his name to Palgrave in order to please his wife.

  • Prinsep, Woolner, and Palgrave, shows how exhilarated he could be by wind and sea.

    Old Familiar Faces

    Theodore Watts-Dunton

  • Barney, for one thing, was sexually susceptible and Palgrave was not.

    Adrienne Toner

    Anne Douglas Sedgwick

  • Oldmeadow sat between Palgrave and Nancy and it was with Nancy that the magic ended.

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    Anne Douglas Sedgwick


British Dictionary definitions for palgrave

Palgrave

noun

Francis Turner. 1824–97, British critic and poet, editor of the poetry anthology The Golden Treasury (1861)
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