Definition of Peacock, Thomas Love in English:

Peacock, Thomas Love

Line breaks: Thomas Love Pea|cock
Pronunciation: /ˈpiːkɒk/

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( 1785–1866), English novelist and poet. He is chiefly remembered for his prose satires, including Nightmare Abbey (1818) and Crotchet Castle (1831), lampooning the romantic poets.

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