Thesaurus / buskin

other words for buskin

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Cf. Il Penseroso, 102: "the buskin'd stage;" that is, the tragic stage.

In that early epoch of our literature the sock and buskin had indeed been worn by a reckless race.

But now I hope to do easily much more of the kind, and that our new Irish players will find the buskin and the sock.

In The Seven WoodsWilliam Butler (W.B.) Yeats

Here there were only two rooms, one for Buskin, the maid-servant, and the other unfurnished.

SusanAmy Walton

There is one point of resemblance between the hero of the sock and buskin and the Knight of the quill.

Mr Buskin shrugged his shoulders, and replied he was sure he hoped so.

Austin and His FriendsFrederic H. Balfour

Their correspondence was subsequently reprinted in a pamphlet entitled "Sock and Buskin."

In comparison with Carlyle, Buskin, and Newman, he is worldly.

"It's Mr Buskin the actor," panted Austin breathlessly, as he began to recover himself.

Austin and His FriendsFrederic H. Balfour

It is not a theatrical artifice of mask or buskin, to impose upon us unreal impressions of height and dignity.

On CompromiseJohn Morley

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