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[her-ik] /ˈhɛr ɪk/
Robert, 1591–1674, English poet.
Robert, 1868–1938, U.S. novelist. Unabridged
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  • In one word, Herrick, in a rare and special sense, is unique.

  • Well, come and dine with me at Herrick's to-morrow, and decide for yourself.

    Confessions Of Con Cregan Charles James Lever
  • Even the gayest of our lyrists, Herrick, has something to say about that flower that is as powerful as a sermon.

  • Herrick was fortunate in having a kind and hospitable neighbour.

  • Early in the day he sent men, under Nichols and Herrick, to get into the rear of Baum's position.

    Hero Tales From American History Henry Cabot Lodge, and Theodore Roosevelt
  • It was that way when I went out on the battlefield to help Captain Herrick.

    Possessed Cleveland Moffett
  • You did not go out to rescue Captain Herrick simply because you—let us say, cared for him?

    Possessed Cleveland Moffett
  • I can never have faith in another man, not even in Captain Herrick.

    Possessed Cleveland Moffett
  • Herrick did not answer, but stood with bowed head as she passed out of the room.

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  • It seems that Captain Herrick has rented it from a distinguished artist.

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British Dictionary definitions for Herrick


Robert. 1591–1674, English poet. His chief work is the Hesperides (1648), a collection of short, delicate, sacred, and pastoral lyrics
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