Definition of Tennyson, Alfred in English:

Tennyson, Alfred

proper noun

  • 1st Baron Tennyson of Aldworth and Freshwater (1809–92), English poet; poet laureate from 1850. His reputation was established by "In Memoriam" (1850), a long poem concerned with immortality, change, and evolution. Other notable works: "“The Charge of the Light Brigade”" (1854) and "Idylls of the King" (1859)

Pronunciation:

Tennyson, Alfred

/ˈtenəsən/