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Results for: (Poetry) verse conisisting of one metrical foot or dipody Translations: 1 – 30 / 320 English English (Poetry) verse conisisting of one metrical foot or dipody monometer (about horses) having an abnormal bony growth on the foot ringboned (Anatomy) hand, forelimb including the hand or foot (Latin), wrist and hand manus (Greek Mythology) sun god and patron of music and poetry, son of Zeus and Leto, brother of Artemis (commonly known as Apollo) Apollon (Military) ground troops, soldiers who fight on foot; branch of the military made up of foot soldiers infantry (new zealand) hike in bush, cover distance on foot, crush something underfoot, heavy step, live as vagrant, long journey on foot, metal plate on boot, offensive term, part of spade for foot, sound of feet, tramp steamer, tread heavily, walk, trek; begg... tramp (Poetry) containing anapaests (foot consisting of two short syllables followed by one long) anapestic (Poetry) foot consisting of two syllables (the first syllable is long and the second short or the first syllable is stressed and the second unstressed), iamb iambus (Poetry) having one strophe (first of a pair of stanzas) monostrophic (Poetry) iambus, foot consisting of two syllables (the first syllable is long and the second short or the first syllable is stressed and the second unstressed), iambic, rhythm unit in poetry iamb (Poetry) iambus, foot consisting of two syllables (the first syllable is long and the second short or the first syllable is stressed and the second unstressed); verse composed of iambic feet, of or pertaining to or composed of iambics (poetic foot cons... iambic (Prose) incomplete line, unusually short line; one half of a verse or line (of text), half line of poetry hemistich (symbol) ", amount of rain or snow, island, move along very slowly, creep, edge, move slowly, small amount, unit of atmospheric pressure, unit of length, unit of measurement, 1/12 of a foot (equal to 2.54 cm); little bit, iota inch (William Topaz) poet renowned as the writer of the worst poetry in the English language (1825 - 1902) McGonagall 2-line unit of classical poetry elegiac couplet 2-syllable metric foot, see also:iamb, trochaic, two-syllable metric foot in poetry accented on first syllable trochee 4-line unit of poetry elegiac stanza 4-line unit of poetry heroic quatrain 4-line verse form for hymns, common measure common meter 4-syllable metrical foot paeon 4-syllable poetic foot, poetic foot of verse used in lyric poetry having two unstressed syllables flanked by the two rhythmic stresses marking the first and last syllables of the foot choriamb 7 years, containing 7, group of 7, group of seven items; period of seven years; number 7, line of verse containing 7 feet, pertaining to the number 7; of a period of seven years; occurring every seven years; comprising a group of seven items, relating ... septenary abnormal condition in which the feet are flat and turned outward; flat foot which turns outward, outwardly turned foot, outspread foot, see also:flatfoot splayfoot abnormally turned in, characterized by an abnormal turning inward of a bone from the middle of the body (especially a knee or foot) varus about an epic, epic poetry, large-scale production, like an epic, long narrative poem, long narrative poem; composition which resembles an epic; epic poetry, long series of events, pertaining to a long narrative poem which tells of the adventures and f... epic above the topgallant, enjoying royal patronage, excellent, extremely bad, largest or best, member of the royal house; small sail on the royalmast; paper size; upper branch of an antler; English coin (Archaic); member of the foot troop of the British ar... royal absence of syllable in last foot catalexis abstain, forebear, restrain oneself, desist, chorus, hold self back, melody, recurring piece of verse, something repeated often, verse or phrase that is repeated during a song or poem, chorus; music or melody that accompanies the chorus refrain absurd humorous poetry, nonsense nonsense verse accent, accent in music, cause of strain, emphasis in poetry, emphasis on syllable, importance; accent, emphasis placed on a syllable of a word; strain, tension, pressure; condition caused by physical or emotional strain, emphasize something, force def... stress
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