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Things laureate often describes (“laureate ________”)
head, hearse, bust, odes, poet, crown, wreath, poems, fraternity, poets, tennyson, ship, brow, status, ode, poete, verse, pension, tate, economist, model, bard, garland, masters, band, tradition, poetics, bards, tribe, southey, lives, portrait, son, apollo, leader, ceremony, bast, incense, wit, thesis, diploma, pate, herse, historiographer, conductor, poem, ambitions, physicist, creacyon, style, business, honors, amore, cap, reformer, career, honours, whitehead, handles, bier, hat, eulogy, muse, flowers, pye, capacity, concave

Descriptive words:
first, late, future, unofficial, new, present, great, former, english, official, only, uncrowned, british, noble, american, next, recent, true, later, libidinous, hereditary, imperial, unflattering, third, appointed, illustrious, female, famous, victorian, royal, youngest, humble, musical, time, literary, excellent, unfortunate, born, latest, then, dead, tory, century, ungenerous, poet, virtual, feminine, proclaimed, longer, unchallenged, vespasian, aged, conscious, poets, naval, elder, undisputed, stately, astounded, domitian, cinematic, backwoods, magnanimous, mexican, pro

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Book See laureate used in context: 1 rhyme, several books and articles.

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