Definition of Amis, Sir Kingsley in English:

Amis, Sir Kingsley

proper noun

  • (1922–95), English novelist and poet, who achieved popular success with his first novel, "Lucky Jim" (1954). Other notable works: "The Old Devils" (1986), "The Folks that Live on the Hill" (1990), and "You Can't Do Both" (1994)

Pronunciation:

Amis, Sir Kingsley

/ˈāməs/