abraham, 1618–67, english poet.
malcolm, 1898–1989, u.s. writer, critic, and editor.
abraham cowley was born in the year one thousand sir hundred and eighteen.
lives of the english poets: waller, milton, cowley samuel johnson
i have before me the works of mr. abraham cowley, in two vols.
the divining rod charles latimer
it was about this time that he made the acquaintance and secured the lasting friendship of abraham cowley.
encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 7, slice 6 various
abraham cowley is at his truest in these essays, written during the last seven years of his life.
essays abraham cowley
mr. abraham cowley, the poet, who hath bestowed on him an immortal pindarique ode, which is in his poems.
brief lives (vol. 1 of 2) john aubrey
abraham. 1618–67, english poet and essayist, who introduced the pindaric ode to english literature
having no gills. adjective (zoology) having no gills
a machine for testing the abrasion resistance of a material.
any variation or change, typically striation, in the different dyes of an oriental rug as it ages.
any material or substance used for grinding, polishing, etc., as emery, pumice, or sandpaper. tending to ; causing ; . tending to annoy or cause ill will; overly aggressive: an abrasive personality. noun a substance or material such as sandpaper, pumice, or emery, used for cleaning, grinding, smoothing, or polishing adjective causing abrasion; grating; rough […]
any material or substance used for grinding, polishing, etc., as emery, pumice, or sandpaper. tending to ; causing ; . tending to annoy or cause ill will; overly aggressive: an abrasive personality. contemporary examples when in disagreement, scalia became known for the “abrasiveness of his attacks against opponents.” the outside game of justice scalia, a […]