Verse synonyms

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Stanza is a group of lines that are part of a poem.
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Any of the single, usually numbered, short divisions of a chapter of the Bible, generally a sentence
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a line of metrical text
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A metrical version, as of a story or prose work
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A piece of verse, or poem, in which there is a regular recurrence of corresponding sounds, esp. at the ends of lines
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The words of a song, as distinguished from the music
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A poem in this form.
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(Originally) A poem written to be sung
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One of several verse forms traditionally used in epic and dramatic poetry, especially:
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Composition in poetic form
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Unrhymed verse; esp., unrhymed verse having five iambic feet per line, as in Elizabethan drama
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Composition in poetic form
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A particular section of a railway network:
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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.
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A stanza; esp., any of the irregular divisions of a poem
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In Greek choruses and dances, the returning of the chorus, exactly answering to a previous strophe or movement from right to left. Hence: The lines of this part of the choral song.
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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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Any couplet.
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A stanza of four lines
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A song or poem that tells a story in short stanzas and simple words, with repetition, refrain, etc.: most old ballads are of unknown authorship and have been handed down orally in more than one version
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A chorus or refrain of a song
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A group of singers; singing group who perform together.
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A work of music, literature, or art, or its structure or organization.
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Trivial, awkward, often comic verse characterized by a monotonous rhythm
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The definition of a jingle is a sound like a small bell, or an advertising verse.
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A nonsense poem of five anapestic lines, now often bawdy, usually with the rhyme scheme aabba, the first, second, and fifth lines having three stresses, the third and fourth having two: the form was popularized by Edward Lear (Ex.: There was a young lady named Harris, | Whom nothing could ever embarrass | Till the bath salts one day | In the tub where she lay | Turned out to be plaster of Paris)
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The definition of meter is a pattern of beats, the basic linear measurement of the metric system, or a person or device that measures.
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(US, Canada) metrication
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A literary composition written with an intensity or beauty of language more characteristic of poetry than of prose.
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(Now archaic) The class of literature comprising poems; poetry, verse. [from 14th c.]
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A 'poetical' quality, artistic and/or artfull, which appeals or stirs the imagination, in any medium
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(Archaic) A brief verse or sentimental phrase, especially one inscribed on a ring.
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The science or art of versification, including the study of metrical structure, stanza forms, etc.
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Music for the refrain of a song.
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(Music) The horizontal lines on and between which notes are written or printed: the placement of a note on the staff indicates its pitch
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(Obsolete) A verse, of whatever measure or number of feet, especially a verse of the Scriptures.
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A space of work taken up, or gone over, in a single pass of the needle.
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Any passage, book, etc. used to support one's stand or as thematic material, etc.
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To treat or tell in verse:
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To describe or express in poetry or a poetic manner.
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To write as a poet; to put into a poem
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Composition in poetic form
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A poetic work or poetic works
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Find another word for verse. In this page you can discover 44 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for verse, like: stanza, verse, verse line, versification, rhyme, lyric, sonnet, ode, heroic-verse, dramatic poetry and blank-verse.