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Southey, Robert Syllabification: Sou·they, Robert
Pronunciation: /ˈsouT͟Hē/ /ˈsəT͟Hē/

Definition of Southey, Robert in English:

( 1774–1843), English poet. Associated with the Lake Poets, he was best known for his shorter poems, such as the “Battle of Blenheim” (1798). He was made England’s poet laureate in 1813.

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