Wotton [wot-n] Examples noun
- Henry,1568–1639, English poet and diplomat.
Examples from the Web for wotton Historical Examples of wotton
The queen wrote to Wotton with her own hand, commanding him to demand their surrender.
W. Llewelyn Williams.
This refers to the well-known portrait, now at Wotton, that has been copied and engraved.
Wotton’s account of her accomplishments was pitched in a minor key.
A. F. Pollard
It is obvious to every reader that his biographies of Donne and Wotton are his best.
The Evelyn mills were at Godstone—possibly near Wotton also.
British Dictionary definitions for wotton Wotton noun
- Sir Henry. 1568–1639, English poet and diplomat