[wahs, weys; French was]
- Ro·bert [rob-ert; French raw-ber] /ˈrɒb ərt; French rɔˈbɛr/, Wace of Jersey, c1100–c1180, Anglo-Norman poet born on the Channel Island of Jersey.
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Examples from the Web for wace
My own ideas in the matter are practically identical with those of Mr. Wace.
So far, at least, Mr. Wace was able to verify the remarkable story of Mr. Cave.
But Layamon gives us Wace as an authority, and this is not in Wace.The Flourishing of Romance and the Rise of Allegory
“I was sure of a first, but that young ass Wace fouled me,” puts in Telson.The Willoughby Captains
Talbot Baines Reed
"It's a bit of a pill for him, too, having to turn Radical," said Mr. Wace.Felix Holt, The Radical
- Robert. born ?1100, Anglo-Norman poet; author of the Roman de Brut and Roman de Rou
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