Wycherley


Wycherley

Wycherley [wich-er-lee] Examples noun

  1. William,c1640–1716, English dramatist and poet.

Examples from the Web for wycherley Historical Examples of wycherley

  • Besides, Wycherley was decidedly rococo in all his tastes and predilections.

    Arthur O’Leary

    Charles James Lever

  • For both Wycherley and Vanbrugh are playwrights, and Congreve is not.

    Views and Reviews

    William Ernest Henley

  • The grossness of his comedies rivalled that of Wycherley himself.

    History of the English People, Volume VI (of 8)

    John Richard Green

  • It is probable he had Wycherley in his eye when he wrote this.

    Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)

    Isaac D’Israeli

  • It is not strange that she should have regarded Wycherley with favor.

    Critical and Historical Essays, Volume III (of 3)

    Thomas Babington Macaulay

  • British Dictionary definitions for wycherley Wycherley noun

    1. William. ?1640–1716, English dramatist. His Restoration comedies include The Country Wife (1675) and The Plain Dealer (1676)

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