use poetaster in a sentence.
The Norwegians still speak of him as himmelstraevende sublim ( "sublime in his heavenly aspiration"); the Danes will have it that he was an hysterical poetaster.
These two volumes belonged to clergyman and poetaster John Lea Simcox, who died in July 1840 at the age of 26; they were taken as a memorial by a friend, Laura Price, from Birmingham. eBay
I'm also pleased to see that they didn't include a poem by that poetaster Barack Obama, given that Moi, too, am running for President.
Jovianus Pontanus makes an old fool rhyme, and turn poetaster to please his mistress.
Sir Lewis Morris was a voluminous poetaster with a common mind.