Definition of Sir Thomas Wyatt

1. Noun. English poet who introduced the sonnet form to English literature (1503-1542).

Exact synonyms: Sir Thomas Wyat, Wyat, Wyatt
Generic synonyms: Poet



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sir Thomas Wyatt

Sir Robert Robinson
Sir Robert Walpole
Sir Roger Gilbert Bannister
Sir Ronald Ross
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Sir Seretse Khama
Sir Stephen Harold Spender
Sir Terence Mervyn Rattigan
Sir Thomas Gresham
Sir Thomas Lawrence
Sir Thomas Malory
Sir Thomas More
Sir Thomas Raffles
Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles
Sir Thomas Wyat
Sir Thomas Wyatt (current term)
Sir Tim Rice
Sir Tom Stoppard
Sir Walter Norman Haworth
Sir Walter Ralegh
Sir Walter Raleigh
Sir Walter Scott
Sir William Alexander Craigie
Sir William Chambers
Sir William Crookes
Sir William Gerald Golding
Sir William Gilbert
Sir William Herschel
Sir William Huggins
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Literary usage of Sir Thomas Wyatt

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1. John Webster and the Elizabethan Drama by Rupert Brooke (1916)
"The Famous History of Sir Thomas Wyatt. With the Coronation of Queen Mary and ... As the 1607 Quarto of Sir Thomas Wyatt says it was played by the Queen's ..."

2. John Webster and the Elizabethan Drama by Rupert Brooke (1916)
"The Famous History of Sir Thomas Wyatt. With the Coronation of Queen Mary ... that Sir Thomas Wyatt consists of fragments of both parts of Lady Jane. ..."

3. John Webster & the Elizabethan Drama by Rupert Brooke (1916)
"As the 1607 Quarto of Sir Thomas Wyatt says it was played by the Queen's Majesty's Servants, and as the authors are the same, there is no reason to doubt ..."

4. A History of English Poetry by William John Courthope (1904)
"CHAPTER II Sir Thomas Wyatt : ORIGINALITY OF THOUGHT : IMITATION OF FOREIGN MODELS OF EXPRESSION THOMAS WYATT was the elder of the two sons of Sir Henry ..."

5. English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature by Henry Morley, William Hall Griffin (1891)
"Sir Thomas Wyatt the elder was born in 1503, at Allington Castle, in Kent, son of Sir Henry Wyatt, who was high in the king's favour, and who died in 1538. ..."

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