Definition of Poetising

1. poetise [v] - See also: poetise



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Poetising

poeticisms
poeticize
poeticized
poeticizes
poeticizing
poetick
poeticness
poetics
poeticule
poeticules
poetise
poetised
poetiser
poetisers
poetises
poetising (current term)
poetize
poetized
poetizer
poetizers
poetizes
poetizing
poetless
poetlike
poetries
poetry
poetry in motion
poetry slam
poetry slams
poetryless

Literary usage of Poetising

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1. The Musical World (1855)
"The necessary impulse of the poetising understanding in this ... redeemed from her egotism ; and this yearning it the poetising point of the understanding. ..."

2. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1844)
"Tagore says that the modern poets are very much apprehensive of poetising, but he adds : This sudden bringing of the frog-imagery is a far more negative ..."

3. Percy: Prelate and Poet by Alice Cecelia Caroline Gaussen (1908)
"From dinner time I had the pleasure of his company, but all his mornings he passed in walking, and, I suppose, in poetising: exercises too severe for so ..."

4. Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1892)
"... spontaneous voice to the emotions and passions of the poet's soul ; and the function of poetising didactic matter and bringing it into poetic art. ..."

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