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Moore (Thomas)

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called “Anacreon Moore,” because the character of his poetry resembles that of Anacreon, the Greek poet of love and wine. He also translated Anacreon’s Odes. (1779–1852.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Moon
Moon-calf
Moon-drop
Moon-maker [Sagendë Nah]
Moon-rakers
Moon’s Men
Moonlight Flitting (A)
Moonstone
Moor-slayer or Mata-moros
Moors
Moore (Thomas)
Moot Point (A)
Moots
Mop
Mora-stone
Moral
Moralist
Moran’s Collar
Morasteen [great stone]
Morat
Moratorium

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