William Morris

NOUN
  1. English poet and craftsman (1834-1896)
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How To Use William Morris In A Sentence

  • He dropped out of college to embark on an entertainment career, starting in the mailroom of the William Morris Agency.
  • It was certainly a competitive situation," said Jim Wiatt, chairman and CEO of the William Morris Agency.
  • Equilibrium concepts first came into wide use in geomorphology as an alternative to the cyclic theories of landscape evolution of William Morris Davis.
  • I remember the great English poet, William Morris, coming in a381 rage out of some lecture hall where somebody had recited some passage out of his Sigurd the Volsung, ‘It gave me a devil of a lot of trouble’, said Morris, ‘to get that thing into verse’.382 It gave me the devil of a lot of trouble to get into verse the poems that I am going to read and that is why I will not read them as if they were prose. Later Articles and Reviews
  • She asked Lily Yeats in London to source William Morris wallpapers and cretonnes for the bedrooms of the small daughters of Lord and Lady Stonehaven.
  • His children thrived and Heshu went on to study at the William Morris Academy in Fulham, south-west London.
  • In England, William Morris translated the Icelandic sagas and Cecil Sharp collected village dances and songs.
  • 'Miss' carries a faint lavender-scented whiff of Victorian novels and William Morris prints and pastel watercolours and rustly silk dresses. Archive 2009-03-01
  • He was a signwriter and housepainter by trade, admiring William Morris and Walter Crane and specialising in mural decoration.
  • The sitting room had curtains made from the famous William Morris floral print in brown, and brown hessian wallpaper, which was very fashionable.
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