Related formsYeats·i·an, adjective
Examples from the Web for yeats
Dear Sir,” it began, “Mr. Yeats has been speaking to me of your writing.
From that perspective, the story is satirical not about Yeats so much as it is about Yeats-olatry.
The eminence was asked, the next morning, “Well, you've met the young Yeats— what did you think of him?”
And as far as the center goes—with apologies to Yeats, it is holding remarkably well.Prism and the NSA: Something Congress Can Agree On|Lloyd Green|June 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“The tsunami will probably be the main reason” for casualties, Yeats says.
He remembered that he had invented a bitter phrase about Yeats one night when he had seen the poet in a house in Dublin.Changing Winds|St. John G. Ervine
This is but another phase of Mr. Yeats's belief that when a poem stirs us as by magic, it is a real magic has been at work.Irish Plays and Playwrights|Cornelius Weygandt
Yeats has spoken of these poems as "revealing in all things a kind of scented flame consuming them from within."Modern British Poetry|Various
Carl bought for her Yeats's poems, tucked it under his arm, and they trotted off.The Trail of the Hawk|Sinclair Lewis
For a time Mr. Yeats thought of following his father's example and becoming a painter.Old and New Masters|Robert Lynd