Word "DONNE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
English clergyman and metaphysical poet celebrated as a preacher (1572-1631)
Synonyms:
john donne

Crossword Clues for DONNE

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John --, metaphysical poet The Telegraph General Knowledge 09 Aug 2021
John who wrote 'No man is an island' New York Times 26 Apr 2021
'Go, and catch a falling star' poet New York Times 26 Feb 2021
"Death Be Not Proud" poet Universal 29 Nov 2020
English poet The Telegraph Quick 29 Sep 2020
This poet's through to listeners The Telegraph Toughie 11 Sep 2020
"No man is an island" poet Universal 15 Aug 2020
''No man is an island'' poet Newsday 30 Apr 2020
Poet who wrote 'For God's sake hold your tongue, and let me love' New York Times 01 Mar 2020
"Death, be not proud" poet LA Times Daily 22 Dec 2019
'Death, be not proud' poet The Washington Post 22 Dec 2019
'Death Be Not Proud' penner Premier Sunday 27 Oct 2019
"No man is an island" poet John Universal 04 Oct 2019
Poet who wrote 'To His Mistress Going to Bed' New York Times 25 Aug 2019
8-Down who wrote “The Flea” Wall Street Journal 24 Aug 2019
"A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning" poet Universal 18 Jul 2019
''. . . for whom the bell tolls'' poet Newsday 14 Jul 2019
'Death Be Not Proud' poet Premier Sunday 07 Apr 2019
"Be thine own palace, or the world's thy jail" writer LA Times Daily 17 Feb 2019
'Be thine own palace, or the world's thy jail' writer The Washington Post 17 Feb 2019
'Death Be Not Proud' poet John USA Today 09 Feb 2019
Poet who wrote "To His Mistress Going to Bed"
"Death Be Not Proud" poet John
8-Down who wrote "The Flea"
"A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning" poet
"Be thine own palace, or the world's thy jail" writer
"No man is an island" poet John
''No man is an island'' writer Newsday 16 Dec 2018
'No man is an island, entire of itself' writer Wall Street Journal 18 Oct 2018
"Death Be Not Proud" poet John USA Today 07 Jan 2018
'The Flea' poet John Premier Sunday 07 Jan 2018
"No man is an island, entire of itself" writer
"Death, be not proud" poet
'No man is an island' poet The Washington Post 27 Dec 2017
"No man is an island" poet LA Times Daily 27 Dec 2017
'Elegies' poet John Wall Street Journal 12 Aug 2017
Elizabethan poet Newsday 04 Jun 2017
'For Whom the Bell Tolls' poet John The Washington Post 23 Jan 2017
"No man is an island" poet
'Holy Sonnets' poet Wall Street Journal 15 Dec 2016
'Death be not proud' poet New York Times 13 Nov 2016
Academic introduces, after vacation, notable writer The Times Cryptic 05 Oct 2016
"It tolls for thee" poet LA Times Daily 26 Aug 2016
John who wrote "Death Be Not Proud" USA Today 15 Jul 2016
John who wrote "No Man Is an Island" USA Today 13 Jul 2016
'No man is an island' poet Wall Street Journal 11 Jul 2016
Shakespeare contemporary Newsday 14 May 2016
"Holy Sonnets" poet LA Times Daily 02 Apr 2016
John who wrote "Death Be Not Proud"
"Death be not proud" poet
John who wrote "No Man Is an Island"
"It tolls for thee" poet
Poet's basic assumption The Times Cryptic 15 Oct 2015
'Stay, O Sweet' writer New York Times 22 Aug 2015
Preacher-poet of the 17th century USA Today 11 Jul 2015
"Death, Be Not Proud" poet
Preacher-poet of the 17th century
"Stay, O Sweet" writer
"No man is an island" poet
"No man is an island" poet
"Holy Sonnets" poet
"Air and Angels" poet
"Death Be Not Proud" poet John
". . . for whom the bell tolls" penner
Poet John
"Meditation XVII" writer
"No man is an island" poet John
"Death Be Not Proud" poet
"Death, Be Not Proud" poet John
"Death, be not proud ..." poet John
"Nature's lay idiot, I taught thee to love" penner
"Death Be Not Proud" poet
"Batter My Heart" poet
Metaphysical poet
"What if this present were the world's last night?" poet
English poet
"Death, be not proud" poet
"It tolls for thee" poet
"Go, and catch a falling star" poet
"No man is an island" writer
Metaphysical poet
Poet who wrote "No man is an island"
"No man is an island" poet
"No man is an island" writer
"Holy Sonnets" poet
Noted elegist
"Death be not proud" poet John
"Holy Sonnets" poet
John who wrote "Love built on beauty, soon as beauty, dies"
Metaphysical poet of the 1600s
"Holy Sonnets" poet
"Death Be Not Proud" poet
17th-century poet John
"For whom the bell tolls" writer
"Holy Sonnets" poet John
"Songs and Sonnets" poet
"Divine Poems" author
"Death Be Not Proud" poet
"Death, Be Not Proud" poet
"Death, be not proud" poet John
Poet of Holy Sonnets
"Holy Sonnets" writer
"No man is an island" penner
Metaphysical poet
"For God's sake hold your tongue, and let me love" poet
"The Bait" poet
"Holy Sonnets" writer
"No man is an island" poet
"Death Be Not Proud" poet John
"No man is an island" penner
"Any man's death diminishes me" writer
"Any man's death diminishes me" writer
"Love built on beauty, soon as beauty, dies" penner
"A Valediction Forbidding Mourning" poet
"Death Be Not Proud" poet John
"Death, Be Not Proud" poet
"No man is an island" penner
He wrote the line "Death, thou shalt die"
Preacher-poet of the 17th c.
"Songs and Sonnets" author
"Holy Sonnets" poet
"No man is an island" writer
"Holy Sonnets" poet
Elizabethan sonneteer
Metaphysical poet
Metaphysical poet John
"Death be not proud" writer
Writer of 45-Across
..No man is an island.. speaker
"Death Be Not Proud" poet
Clergyman/poet John
English poet John
Poetic dean
"Valediction Forbidding Mourning" poet
Poet John
"No man is an island" author
Death Be Not Proud poet
"No man is an island" author
"Death Be Not Proud" author
"A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning" poet John
"No man is an island" poet John
"Go and catch a falling star" poet
English poet John ____
"Twicknam Garden" poet
"Go and Catch a Falling Star" poet
Metaphysical poet
English metaphysical poet
Izaak Walton was his biographer
Famed metaphysical poet
Poet biographized by Izaak Walton
"The Flea" poet
Cleric-poet
First metaphysical poet
Greatest of the metaphysical poets
Poet who wrote The Eggstasie?
Who said, "No man is an island"
Metaphysical poet: 1573–1631
English poet-clergyman
He wrote " . . . for whom the bell tolls"
Great "metaphysical poet"
English poet 1573–1631
English poet and clergyman: 1573–1631
He said, "No man is an island"
English poet
He wrote "Devotions"
"It tolls for thee" poet
English poet.
English poet and clergyman.
17th-cen. English poet.
Poet and preacher.
"No-man-is-an-Iland" man.
Elizabethan poet.
Subject of Izaak Walton biography.
Contemporary of Shakespeare.
Metaphysical poet.
Metaphysical poet of England.
English poet and preacher.
Poet revived by Hemingway.
English divine and poet.
"Holy Sonnets" author.
He said, "No man is an island . . . "
He wrote, "Go and Catch a Falling Star."
English poet (1573–1631); "for whom the bell tolls."
He wrote "for whom the bell tolls."
He wrote "Go and Catch a Falling Star."
"Woman's Constancy" poet John
"The Flea" poet
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