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Lovelace, Richard

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Pronunciation: /ˈlʌvleɪs
 
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Definition of Lovelace, Richard in English:

( 1618–57), English poet. A Royalist, he was imprisoned in 1642, when he probably wrote his famous poem ‘To Althea, from Prison’.

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