Laureate in a sentence

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Definition of Laureate

  • Crowned, or decked, with laurel.
  • One crowned with laurel; a poet laureate.
  • A person who has been presented with an award for some distinguished achievement; as, a Nobel laureate; the Pris de Rome laureate; the Music Director Laureate; the conductor laureate.
  • To honor with a wreath of laurel, as formerly was done in bestowing a degree at the English universities.
  • someone honored for great achievements; figuratively someone crowned with a laurel wreath

How to use laureate in a sentence. Laureate pronunciation.

Evening Citizen_. Purer spelling of names is what the POET LAUREATE would really like to see.
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Then, which was unusual for them, they spoke of the future, the dim, vague, but so happy future, when Albert was to be the nation's poet laureate and Madeline, as Mrs. Laureate, would share his glory and wear, so to speak, his second-best laurels.
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Nevertheless it brought me the unsought and very generous praise of the late Poet Laureate, Alfred Lord Tennyson, as well as the equally unsought good opinion and personal friendship of the famous statesman, William Ewart Gladstone, while many of the better-class literary journals vied with one another in according me an almost enthusiastic eulogy.
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As, in the olden times, barbers and scullions ranked with musicians, and the Master of the Hounds wore a bigger medal than the Poet Laureate, so do we pay our teachers the same as coachmen and coal-heavers, giving them a plentiful lack of everything but overwork.
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He went so far as to procure the services of a poet laureate, whose business it seems to have been to sing his praises.
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Give me the Laureate's place!
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Who would not be The Laureate bold, With his butt of sherry To keep him merry, And nothing to do but to pocket his gold?
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Oh, would not that be a merry life, Apart from care and apart from strife, With the Laureate's wine, and the Laureate's pay, And no deductions at quarter-day?
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Not now to whisper to the ambient air The sounds of Satan's Universal Prayer; Not now to sing, in sweet domestic strife That woman reigns the Angel of our life; But to proclaim the wish, with pious art, Which thrills through Britain's universal heart,- That on this brow, with native honours graced, The Laureate's chaplet should at length be placed!
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Laureate DEATH met a little child who cried For a bright star which earth denied, And Death, so sympathetic, kissed it, Saying: "With me All bright things be!"- And only the child's mother missed it.
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Purer spelling of names is what the POET LAUREATE would really like to see.
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No Laureate need we at our board!
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The Laureate bold, With his butt of sherry To keep him merry, And nothing to do but to pocket his gold?
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I would be the Laureate bold!
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Apart from care and apart from strife, With the Laureate's wine, and the Laureate's pay, And no deductions at quarter-day?
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The Laureate bold, With my butt of sherry To keep me merry, And nothing to do but to pocket my gold!
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The sounds of Satan's Universal Prayer; Not now to sing, in sweet domestic strife That woman reigns the Angel of our life; But to proclaim the wish, with pious art, Which thrills through Britain's universal heart,- That on this brow, with native honours graced, The Laureate's chaplet should at length be placed!
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Robert Southey, Poet Laureate, from a Drawing made in 1811 by John Downman, A.R.A., in the Possession of A. H. Hallam Murray, Esq.
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For one who has so little command of himself, it will be a great advantage that his temper should be obliged to _keep tune_." Byron had anticipated this advice, and had already attacked the laureate in rhyme, scornfully and satirically, but with a gay and genial mockery which dispensed with "wormwood and verdigrease" or yet bitterer and more venomous ingredients.
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In this preface it has pleased the magnanimous Laureate to draw the picture of a supposed "Satanic School," the which he doth recommend to the notice of the legislature; thereby adding to his other laurels the ambition of those of an informer.
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Examples of Laureate

Example #1
It makes one wonder which of our larger duchesses it was.
Example #2
Mr. CECIL CHESTERTON, addressing a meeting of non-party fishmongers at Billingsgate last week, stated that he had heard that when Mr. GODFREY ISAACS informed the LORD CHIEF JUSTICE that Mr. HANDEL BOOTH had retired from the Dublin Police Inquiry Lord READING OF EARLEY burst into tears and hid his face in his wig.
Example #3
With Madeline Fosdick as an inspiration, poetizing became as natural as breathing.
Example #4
The difficulty would be in restraining himself from writing too many of them.
Example #5
Such authorities as the "Athenaeum" and "Spectator" praised the whole conception and style of the work, the latter journal going as far as to say that I had beaten Beckford's famous "Vathek" on its own ground.
Example #6
His opinion was, no doubt, correct, as "Ardath" still remains the least 'popular' of any book I have ever written.