"Sir—sir—" spluttered the poetaster, crimson with anger and mortification.
Jonson figures personally in the ‘Poetaster’ under the name of Horace.
The Satiromastix” may be considered as a parody on “The Poetaster.
Everybody of any education was either a poet or a poetaster.
Had it not been for this 'poetaster,' Kenilworth might never have been written.
Besides, I hope to taste some of the pie, and a pie-taster should not be a poetaster.
Dissipated rascal, and venal flatterer the poetaster had always been, but never traitor.
Talbot had been that schoolfellow of William Henry already spoken of, who was a poetaster like himself.
The Earl of Dorset, though but a poetaster himself, knew how to appreciate the higher genius of others.
Isaac Hawkins Browne was a poetaster of some little celebrity in the last century.