[ wot-n ]
/ ˈwɒt n /
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Henry, 1568–1639, English poet and diplomat.
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Words nearby Wotton
worthy, worthy of the name, wot, Wotan, wotcher, Wotton, Wouk, would, would-be, wouldn't, wouldn't dream of
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How to use Wotton in a sentence
He resided at Leith Hill, and the distance thence to Wotton is but a short ride.
There is much of the visible and invisible in that quaint old library at Wotton.
Di'n't I see th' name o' 'Bunn o' Wotton' on th' bag th' hat come out of?A Sheaf of Corn|Mary E. Mann
Then had come Lord Henry Wotton with his strange panegyric on youth, his terrible warning of its brevity.
Your friend Lord Henry Wotton can't have taught you much about psychology, whatever else he has taught you.
British Dictionary definitions for Wotton
/ (ˈwɒtən, ˈwʊtən) /
Sir Henry. 1568–1639, English poet and diplomat
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