Definition of Lear, Edward in English:

Lear, Edward

Syllabification: Lear, Edward
Pronunciation: /
 
li(ə)r/
( 1812–88), English humorist and illustrator. He wrote A Book of Nonsense (1845) and Laughable Lyrics (1877). He published Illustrations of the Family of the Psittacidae (1832), as well as illustrated accounts of his travels around the Mediterranean.

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