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Symons

[sahy-muh nz]
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noun
  1. Arthur,1865–1945, English poet and critic, born in Wales.
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Historical Examples

  • Fortunate that Symons had to hurry off to South America for that commission, wasn't it?

    Miss Pat at School

    Pemberton Ginther

  • Mr. Symons says that these three lumps were upon the ground "in the first place."

  • We begin to suspect that Mr. Symons exhausted himself at Notting Hill.

  • It occurred prior to Mr. Symons' investigations, but is not mentioned by him.

  • He reminds us of Mr. Symons, and "the man" who "considered" that he saw something.


British Dictionary definitions for symons

Symons

noun
  1. Arthur. 1865–1945, English poet and critic, who helped to introduce the French symbolists to England
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