Dunsany



[duhn-sey-nee] /dʌnˈseɪ ni/

noun
1.
Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett
[mawr-tn draks pluhng-ket,, -kit,, mohr-] /ˈmɔr tn dræks ˈplʌŋ kɛt,, -kɪt,, ˈmoʊr-/ (Show IPA), 18th Baron (“Lord Dunsany”) 1878–1957, Irish dramatist, poet, and essayist.
/dʌnˈseɪnɪ/
noun
1.
18th Baron, title of Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett. 1878–1957, Irish dramatist and short-story writer

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