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(Computing) A structural element in XML
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  1. (Computing) A structural element in XML
  2. A group of lines of verse forming one of the divisions of a poem or song: it is usually made up of four or more lines and often has a regular pattern in the number of lines and the arrangement of meter and rhyme
  3. A unit of a poem, written or printed as a paragraph; equivalent to a verse.
The art, theory, or structure of poems
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  1. The art, theory, or structure of poems
  2. Prose that resembles a poem in some respect, as in vivid imagery or rhythmic sound.
  3. Literature written in meter; verse.
An arrangement of words written or spoken: traditionally a rhythmical composition, sometimes rhymed, expressing experiences, ideas, or emotions in a style more concentrated, imaginative, and powerful than that of ordinary speech or prose: some poems are in meter, some in free verse
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  1. An arrangement of words written or spoken: traditionally a rhythmical composition, sometimes rhymed, expressing experiences, ideas, or emotions in a style more concentrated, imaginative, and powerful than that of ordinary speech or prose: some poems are in meter, some in free verse
  2. A literary composition written with an intensity or beauty of language more characteristic of poetry than of prose.
  3. A composition in verse rather than in prose:
The form or style of a poem; metrical structure
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  1. The form or style of a poem; metrical structure
  2. A metrical version, as of a story or prose work
  3. (Poetry) The act, art, or practice of composing poetic verse; the construction or measure of verse or poetry; metrical composition.
Such verse or poetry in general
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  1. Such verse or poetry in general
  2. A poem or verse having a regular correspondence of sounds, especially at the ends of lines.
  3. Poetry or verse of this kind.
The words of a song, as distinguished from the music
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  1. The words of a song, as distinguished from the music
  2. A lyric poem
A 14-line verse form often in iambic pentameter, having one of several conventional rhyme schemes and usually featuring a shift in mood or tone after the eighth or twelfth line.
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  1. A 14-line verse form often in iambic pentameter, having one of several conventional rhyme schemes and usually featuring a shift in mood or tone after the eighth or twelfth line.
  2. A poem in this form.
A short poetical composition proper to be set to music or sung; a lyric poem; especially, now, a poem characterized by sustained noble sentiment and appropriate dignity of style.
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  1. A short poetical composition proper to be set to music or sung; a lyric poem; especially, now, a poem characterized by sustained noble sentiment and appropriate dignity of style.
  2. A classical Greek poem modeled on the choric ode and usually having a three-part structure consisting of a strophe, an antistrophe, and an epode.
  3. (Originally) A poem written to be sung
One of several verse forms traditionally used in epic and dramatic poetry, especially:
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  1. One of several verse forms traditionally used in epic and dramatic poetry, especially:
  2. Poetry composed in such a form
  3. A verse form in which epic poetry is traditionally written, as dactylic hexameter in Greek or Latin, the alexandrine in French, and iambic pentameter in English
Unrhymed verse; esp., unrhymed verse having five iambic feet per line, as in Elizabethan drama
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  1. Unrhymed verse; esp., unrhymed verse having five iambic feet per line, as in Elizabethan drama
  2. Unrhymed verse having a regular meter, most commonly iambic pentameter.
  3. A poetic form with regular meter, particularly iambic pentameter, but no fixed rhyme scheme.
The information itself:
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  2. A border or boundary:
  3. (--- Football) A line of scrimmage.
A group of poems:
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  1. A group of poems:
  2. A single metrical line in a poetic composition; one line of poetry.
  3. A sequence of words arranged metrically in accordance with some rule or design; single line of poetry
(Computing) A structural element in XML
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  1. (Computing) A structural element in XML
  2. A unit of a poem, written or printed as a paragraph; equivalent to a verse.
  3. A group of lines of verse forming one of the divisions of a poem or song: it is usually made up of four or more lines and often has a regular pattern in the number of lines and the arrangement of meter and rhyme
One of the wooden planks in a stave wall.
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  1. One of the wooden planks in a stave wall.
  2. Any of the thin, shaped strips of wood or metal that are set edge to edge to form or strengthen the wall of a barrel, bucket, etc.
  3. A set of verses, or lines, of a song or poem; stanza
(Prosody) A pair of stanzas of alternating form on which the structure of a given poem is based.
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  1. (Prosody) A pair of stanzas of alternating form on which the structure of a given poem is based.
  2. The first turning movement of the chorus from one side of the orchestra to the other in classical Greek drama.
  3. A stanza containing irregular lines.
The return movement, from left to right of the stage, made by the chorus in answering the previous strophe
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  1. The return movement, from left to right of the stage, made by the chorus in answering the previous strophe
  2. In poems with contrasting or parallel stanza systems, a stanza of the second system
  3. In a Pindaric ode, the stanza, usually in the same or similar form, which follows the strophe
Half a line of verse, esp., either half created by the chief caesura, or rhythmic pause in the middle of a line
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  1. Half a line of verse, esp., either half created by the chief caesura, or rhythmic pause in the middle of a line
  2. An incomplete or imperfect line of verse.
A rhyming couplet.
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  1. A rhyming couplet.
  2. A unit of verse consisting of two lines, especially as used in Greek and Latin elegiac poetry.
A stanza or poem of four lines, often rhyming abab, abba, or abcb
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  1. A stanza or poem of four lines, often rhyming abab, abba, or abcb
  2. A stanza of four lines
An arrangement of words written or spoken: traditionally a rhythmical composition, sometimes rhymed, expressing experiences, ideas, or emotions in a style more concentrated, imaginative, and powerful than that of ordinary speech or prose: some poems are in meter, some in free verse
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  1. An arrangement of words written or spoken: traditionally a rhythmical composition, sometimes rhymed, expressing experiences, ideas, or emotions in a style more concentrated, imaginative, and powerful than that of ordinary speech or prose: some poems are in meter, some in free verse
  2. A literary composition written with an intensity or beauty of language more characteristic of poetry than of prose.
  3. A composition in verse rather than in prose:
The art or practice of composing poems.
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  1. The art or practice of composing poems.
  2. (Obs.) A poem
  3. (Old-fashioned) poetry
The art, theory, or structure of poems
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  1. The art, theory, or structure of poems
  2. Prose that resembles a poem in some respect, as in vivid imagery or rhythmic sound.
  3. Literature written in meter; verse.
Such verse or poetry in general
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  1. Such verse or poetry in general
  2. A poem or verse having a regular correspondence of sounds, especially at the ends of lines.
  3. Poetry or verse of this kind.
Find another word for verse. In this page you can discover 27 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for verse, like: stanza, poetry, poem, metrical composition, versification, rhyme, lyric, sonnet, ode, heroic-verse and dramatic poetry.