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poesy

1. an archaic word for poetry
2. Poetic the art of writing poetry
3. Archaic or poetic a poem or verse, esp one used as a motto
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And be it owned that, many a mile from the Crystal Hills, I saw a wondrous light around their summits, and was lured, by the faith of poesy, to be the latest pilgrim of the GREAT CARBUNCLE.
And here let us have the courage to make a cruel observation, in days when religion is nothing more than a useful means to some, and a poesy to others.
Stephen Dillane and Clemence Poesy in The Tunnel: Vengeance
After the blessing by Crown Princess Nosey Poesy Shirley Harris, the ladies enjoyed a delicious lunch.
POESY Gunpowder, Treason & Plot (2004) THIS Jimmy McGovern BBC miniseries looked the lives of Mary and her son James, with the role of Mary taken by French actress Clemence Poesy, best known as Fleur in the Harry Potter films.
Might their be a behind-the-scenes connection between Lund and/or The Washington Post with poesy publishers?
I like the poesy when they eat with the masses" Jacob Kenedy, co-owner and head chef of an Italian restaurant in Soho which some royals frequent "I am probably the oldest performer in showbiz.
Clemence Poesy is completely TV flawless with her portrayal of her character Elise and it's so real to see.
Stephan Dillane and Clemence Poesy return for The Tunnel: Sabotage
Leonardo DiCaprio as Hugh Glass Will Smith as Dr Bennet Omalu Stephan Dillane and Clemence Poesy return for The Tunnel: Sabotage
THE TUNNEL (Sky Atlantic, Tuesday, 9pm) CLEMENCE Poesy and Stephen Dillane (below) return for a second series of the awardwinning Anglo-French crime drama.
The first series of The Tunnel, starring Stephen Dillane and Clemence Poesy, was the English language version of Scandi-drama The Bridge.