[law-ren-shuh n] /lɔˈrɛn ʃən/

of, relating to, or characteristic of D. H. Lawrence, his works, or his ideas.
a person who studies the works of D. H. Lawrence.
an advocate or adherent of the philosophy of D. H. Lawrence.
relating to or characteristic of D. H. Lawrence


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