Definition of Wyatt, Sir Thomas in English:

Wyatt, Sir Thomas

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Pronunciation: /ˈwʌɪət
 
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( 1503–42), English poet. He went to Italy (1527) as a diplomat in the service of Henry VIII; this visit probably stimulated his translation of Petrarch. His work also includes sonnets, rondeaux, songs for the lute, and satires.

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