masefield masefield  /ˈmeɪz ˌfild/


  • (n) English poet (1878-1967)



  1. "This can be done provided a case of corruption is registered in India and, on the basis of that case, a letter of request is sent to the Swiss authorities to find out, among other things, to whom the Masefield made payments," Mr. Jaitley said.
    on Apr 7, 2006 By: Arun Jaitley Source: Hindu

  2. "Masefield did not specialise in brevity," wrote John Betjeman (who did), introducing the huge 1978 Selected Poems of his predecessor as poet laureate.
    on Jun 10, 2005 By: John Betjeman Source:

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