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Similar words: william wordsworthcross swords withbroadswordswordsmancross swordsswordsmanshipnewsworthymoney's worthMeaning: n. a romantic English poet whose work was inspired by the Lake District where he spent most of his life (1770-1850). 
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1. William Wordsworth wrote lyric poetry/was a lyric poet.
2. Wordsworth found inspiration in/drew inspiration from the Lake District scenery. It was a great source of inspiration to him.
3. Wordsworth was one of the greatest lyric poets of his time.
4. Wordsworth rejected poetic diction in favour of ordinary language.
5. She claimed to be a direct descendant of Wordsworth.
6. The Lake District scenery inspired Wordsworth to write his greatest poetry.
7. Hazlitt, though much younger, was soon disputing with Wordsworth on equal terms.
8. In his autobiographical poem'The Prelude ', Wordsworth describes his boyhood in the Lakes.
9. Wordsworth changed the ideas of his poem to conform with his later religious and political opinions.
10. Wordsworth defined poetry as strong emotion recollected in tranquillity.
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11. Wordsworth soon became disillusioned with most of Godwin's ideas.
12. In 1815 Wordsworth added a subtitle - or Poverty.
13. William Wordsworth may have been influenced in his ideas of development by William Green.
14. Wistfully, William Wordsworth wrote: en and everyone understood what the poet meant.
15. Finally, after Green died, Dorothy Wordsworth helped Green's son to find a job.
16. Indeed the language which Wordsworth has in mind is certainly not the real language of rustics.
17. Genius is Wordsworth peering down from Snowdon in the mist.
18. And this is exactly the quality which Wordsworth excels in.
19. Wordsworth later made changes in the text - as in most of his early poems - mainly to please Coleridge.
20. In this respect Wordsworth does not leave enough to the imagination.
21. Wordsworth tells us that the poem refers to his daughter Catherine, who died in 1812.
22. Wordsworth, Coleridge and Dorothy have been too much revered by their admirers, and their common humanity played down.
23. Dorothy Wordsworth found fulfilment in ways that elude precise analysis.
24. Alice Fell was such a stumbling-block that Wordsworth withdrew it from the 1820 edition of his poems.
25. But the greatest praise perhaps came from William Wordsworth, who wrote the epitaph for Green's gravestone.
26. Wordsworth returned to the lakes and hills that he loved so much.
27. But Wordsworth does not use any dialect expression, so that this difficulty need not be exaggerated.
28. It would be unfair to leave the discussion of the later Wordsworth without a rejoinder to what is usually said.
29. She has written the definitive book on the poet Wordsworth.
30. I found one other instructive quote from the right hon. Gentleman - a delphic utterance worthy of William Wordsworth at his best.
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