Muse and Minstrel

Muse

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Muse noun – A person who writes poetry.
Usage example: where is the muse who will sing of this man's great and noble deeds?

Minstrel and muse are semantically related in person topic. In some cases you can use "Minstrel" instead a noun "Muse".
Nearby Words: musing, music, musical, mused, musically
Synonyms for Muse

Minstrel

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Minstrel noun – A person who writes poetry.
Usage example: Edna St. Vincent Millay was unofficially the minstrel of Maine, as her poetry celebrates its coast and countryside

Muse and minstrel are semantically related in person topic. Sometimes you can use "Muse" instead a noun "Minstrel".
Nearby Word: minstrelsy
Synonyms for Minstrel

How words are described

old old muse old minstrel
particular particular muse particular minstrel
popular popular muse popular minstrel
young young muse young minstrel
Other adjectives: new, former, titular, last, eponymous.
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