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  • noun derogatory, historical A member of the Lake Poets, a group of English Romantic poets from the Lake District.


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lake +‎ -ist


  • The exceptions were Wordsworth and his immediate Lakist followers, Landor and Bulwer, of whom the latter two continued to produce.

    Studies in Early Victorian Literature

  • He deplored his having dealt too harshly with poor Blackett, as soon as the latter's position became known to him; and also with Keats, whose talent, though great, was raw in many respects, and who had become a follower of the Lakist school, which Byron abhorred.

    Lord Byron jugé par les témoins de sa vie. English


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