Definition of Poetship

1. n. The state or personality of a poet.



Definition of Poetship

1. Noun. The state or character of a poet. ¹

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Definition of Poetship

1. poetical quality [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Poetship

poetizer
poetizers
poetizes
poetizing
poetless
poetlike
poetries
poetry
poetry in motion
poetry slam
poetry slams
poetryless
poetrylike
poets
poets laureate
poetship (current term)
poetships
poffertjes
poffle
poffles
pogey
pogeys
pogge
pogges
poggy
pogie
pogies
pogo
pogo stick
pogo sticks

Literary usage of Poetship

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1. Scribners Monthly (1878)
"He was also honored with the class-day poetship of his class, which does not, however, indicate in itself high scholarship. Among the high scholars of the ..."

2. Rural Essays by Andrew Jackson Downing (1869)
"He may have flattered himself that he should think it a fine thing for his little poetship to sit upon a star, and look grand in his own eyes, ..."

3. Shadows of the Old Booksellers by Charles Knight (1865)
"On August 25, 1781, he writes to Newton:—"I forgot to mention that Johnson uses the discretion my poetship has allowed him with much discernment. ..."

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