Definition of Rilke

1. Noun. German poet (born in Austria) whose imagery and mystic lyricism influenced 20th-century German literature (1875-1926).

Exact synonyms: Rainer Maria Rilke
Generic synonyms: Poet



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rilke

Right Bank
Rightpondia
Rightpondian
Rightpondians
Rigil
Rigil Kent
Rigveda
Rigvedic
Rihanna
Riism
Rijeka
Riksdag
Riksmal
Riley
Riley B King
Rilke (current term)
Rilkean
Rilla
Rimactane
Rimbaud
Rimini
Rimini's test
Rimski-Korsakov
Rimsky-Korsakov
Rin-Tin-Tin
Rin Tin Tin
Rindfleisch's cells
Rindfleisch's folds
Ring Lardner

Literary usage of Rilke

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1. A Harvest of German Verse by Margarete Anna Adelheid M√ľnsterberg (1916)
"HAINER MARIA Rilke Born 1875 in Prag Remembrance You wait, with memories drifting, For the something that made life blessed, The mighty, the rare, ..."

2. A Harvest of German Verse by Margaret Anna Adelheid Munsterberg (1916)
"RAINER MARIA Rilke Born 1875 in Prag Remembrance You wait, with memories drifting, For the something that made life blessed, The mighty, the rare, ..."

3. The Spirit of Modern German Literature: Lectures Delivered Before the by Ludwig Lewisohn (1916)
"... the discordant notes have been hushed, and no cry of conflict breaks in upon the liquid grace of Rainer Maria Rilke (b. 1875) lhe majestic sweetness of ..."

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