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Dunbar, William Line breaks: Wil|liam Dun¦bar
Pronunciation: /dʌnˈbɑː/

Definition of Dunbar, William in English:

( Circa 1456-circa 1513), Scottish poet. He was the author of satires such as the political allegory ‘The Thrissill and the Rois’ ( ‘The Thistle and the Rose’, 1503) and of elegies such as ‘Lament for the Makaris’.

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