Seferiades

Se·fe·ri·a·des

(sĕ-fĕ′rē-ä′thēs), Giorgos Stylianou Pen name George Seferis. 1900-1971.
Greek poet and diplomat whose poetic works are imbued with references to ancient Greek history and classical mythology. He won the 1963 Nobel Prize for literature.
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Se•fe•ri•a•des

(sɛˌfɛr iˈɑ ðis)

n. Giorgos Stylianou
(George Seferis),
1900–71, Greek poet and diplomat: Nobel prize 1963.
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