Wotton [wot-n] Examples noun

  1. Henry,1568–1639, English poet and diplomat.

Examples from the Web for wotton Historical Examples of wotton

  • The queen wrote to Wotton with her own hand, commanding him to demand their surrender.

    The Reign of Mary Tudor

    W. Llewelyn Williams.

  • This refers to the well-known portrait, now at Wotton, that has been copied and engraved.

    Sylva, Vol. 1 (of 2)

    John Evelyn

  • Wotton’s account of her accomplishments was pitched in a minor key.

    Henry VIII.

    A. F. Pollard

  • It is obvious to every reader that his biographies of Donne and Wotton are his best.

    Andrew Lang’s Introduction to The Compleat Angler

    Andrew Lang

  • The Evelyn mills were at Godstone—possibly near Wotton also.

    Highways and Byways in Surrey

    Eric Parker

  • British Dictionary definitions for wotton Wotton noun

    1. Sir Henry. 1568–1639, English poet and diplomat
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