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poeticule

Line breaks: poeti|cule
Pronunciation: /pəʊˈɛtɪkjuːl
 
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Definition of poeticule in English:

noun

rare
A petty or insignificant poet.
Example sentences
  • These days, with hundreds and hundreds of poeticules thronging the academies, the prospect of finding one's way as a poet must daunt the best.
  • He does not allow the voice of the pessimist spirit to prevail, as a poeticule of the morbid school would have done.
  • It can only be supposed that Swinburne needed a poeticule to torture.

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