Definition of Skelton, John in English:

Skelton, John

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Pronunciation: /ˈskɛlt(ə)n
( Circa 1460–1529), English poet. Court poet to Henry VIII, he wrote verse consisting of short irregular rhyming lines with rhythms based on colloquial speech.

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