of or characteristic of Spenser or his work.
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How to use Spenserian in a sentence
In smooth and vigorous Spenserian stanzas, he protests against the neglect of the martyr-patriot's grave.
This is still far below the Spenserian stanza, and the colour is inferior to that of Giles.A History of English Literature | George Saintsbury
Childe Harold and other important poems are composed in the Spenserian stanza.A Handbook of the English Language | Robert Gordon Latham
This last is a beautiful translation in the Spenserian stanza, of which a second edition appeared in 1868, in two octavo volumes.The Book-Hunter at Home | P. B. M. Allan
Mr. Lowell occasionally makes use of somewhat quaint, Spenserian expressions, but generally with peculiar effect.
British Dictionary definitions for Spenserian
relating to, in the style of, or characteristic of Edmund Spenser, the English poet (?1552–99), or his poetry
a student or imitator of Edmund Spenser
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