Wycherley [wich-er-lee] Examples noun
- 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.
Charles James Lever
For both Wycherley and Vanbrugh are playwrights, and Congreve is not.
William Ernest Henley
The grossness of his comedies rivalled that of Wycherley himself.
John Richard Green
It is probable he had Wycherley in his eye when he wrote this.
It is not strange that she should have regarded Wycherley with favor.
Thomas Babington Macaulay
British Dictionary definitions for wycherley Wycherley noun
- William. ?1640–1716, English dramatist. His Restoration comedies include The Country Wife (1675) and The Plain Dealer (1676)