Definition of Macaulay, Dame Rose in English:

Macaulay, Dame Rose

proper noun

  • (1881–1958), English novelist and essayist; full name Dame Emilie Rose Macaulay. Notable novels: "Potterism" (1920), "The World My Wilderness" (1950), and "The Towers of Trebizond" (1956).

Pronunciation

Macaulay, Dame Rose

/məˈkɔːli/