of or characteristic of Spenser or his work.
an imitator of Spenser.
Spenserian stanza.
verse in Spenserian stanzas.
relating to, in the style of, or characteristic of Edmund Spenser, the English poet (?1552–99), or his poetry
a student or imitator of Edmund Spenser


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