Vondel

/ (Dutch ˈvɔndəl) /


noun
  1. Joost van den (ˈjoːst vɑn dən). 1587–1679, Dutch poet and dramatist, author of the Biblical plays Lucifer (1654), Adam in Exile (1664), and Noah (1667)

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How to use Vondel in a sentence

  • Poor Vondel kept a hosier's shop, which he left to the care of his wife, while he indulged his poetical genius.

  • Vondel had no other master but his genius, which, with his uncongenial situation, occasioned all his errors.

  • My desire has been to give Vondel; and Vondel is a sufficient justification.

    Vondel's Lucifer | Joost van den Vondel
  • When Vondel first conceived the plan of writing this tragedy is not known.

    Vondel's Lucifer | Joost van den Vondel
  • The body of the drama was written by Vondel in rimed Alexandrines.

    Vondel's Lucifer | Joost van den Vondel