Part of speech:
Dealing with or characterized by events of historical or legendary importance
Expressed in metrical form; exhibiting the imaginative or the rhythmical quality of poetry.
Full of tune; melodious.
Sad; mournful; plaintive
Imaginative but impractical; visionary:
Having such characteristics of a drama as conflict or suspense
Of or made up of iambs
Of or made up of dactyls
Of, relating to, or consisting of spondees.
Of or made up of trochees
Of or relating to the Parnassianism movement of French poetry in the years 1850 to 1900, whose adherents rejected Romanticism and instead favored classicism with its formal structure and emotional detachment.
Of Pieria, where the Muses were anciently worshiped
Of Ionic (the language variety)
Of, relating to, or being a verse, stanza, or poem in accentual-syllabic meter composed in imitation of Sapphic quantitative verse.
Of Alcaeus or in the form of his verse
Designating an ode having two metrical forms, one for the strophe and antistrophe and another for the epode
Of or resulting from imagination
Of, resembling, or characteristic of a rhapsody.
Having qualities that delight or appeal to the senses and often the mind.
Soothing and serene.
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