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 (tĕn′ĭ-sən), Alfred First Baron Tennyson. Known as Alfred, Lord Tennyson. 1809-1892.
British poet whose works, including In Memoriam (1850) and "The Charge of the Light Brigade" (1854), reflect Victorian sentiments and aesthetics. He was appointed poet laureate in 1850.

Ten′ny·so′ni·an (-sō′nē-ən) adj.

Tennyson

(ˈtɛnɪsən)
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(Biography) Alfred, Lord Tennyson. 1809–92, English poet; poet laureate (1850–92). His poems include The Lady of Shalott (1832), Morte d'Arthur (1842), the collection In Memoriam (1850), Maud (1855), and Idylls of the King (1859)
Tennysonian adj, n

Ten•ny•son

(ˈtɛn ə sən)

n.
Alfred, Lord (1st Baron), 1809–92, English poet: poet laureate 1850–92.
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