anapaestic metre

anapaestic metre
анапест

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  • metre — I n. BE AE spelling: meter verse rhythm arrangement of syllables 1) anapaestic, anapestic; dactylic; heroic; iambic; trochaic metre unit of length 2) a cubic; square metre * * * [ miːtə] anapestic dactylic heroic iambic square metre …   Combinatory dictionary

  • tetrameter — /tɛˈtræmətə/ (say te tramuhtuh) Prosody –adjective 1. having four measures. –noun 2. a tetrameter line. In ancient poetry, it consisted of four dipodies (eight feet) in trochaic, iambic, or anapaestic metre. {Latin tetrametrus, from Greek… …  

  • Hebrew Poetry of the Old Testament —     Hebrew Poetry of the Old Testament     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Hebrew Poetry of the Old Testament     Since the Bible is divinely inspired, and thus becomes the written word of God, many devout souls are averse from handling it as… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • meter — I n. AE BE spelling: metre verse rhythm arrangement of syllables 1) anapaestic, anapestic; dactylic; heroic; iambic; trochaic meter unit of length 2) a cubic; square meter II n. instrument for measuring 1) to read a meter (she came to read the… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • anapaest — /ˈænəpɛst/ (say anuhpest), / pist/ (say peest) noun a foot of three syllables, two short followed by one long (quantitative metre), or two unstressed followed by one stressed (accentual metre). Thus, at a time is an accentual anapaest. Also,… …  

  • Anapaest — An anapaest or anapest, also called antidactylus, is a metrical foot used in formal poetry. In classical quantitative meters it consists of two short syllables followed by a long one (as in a na paest); in accentual stress meters it consists of… …   Wikipedia

  • By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept — is a novel of prose poetry written by the Canadian author Elizabeth Smart and published in 1945. It is widely considered to be a classic of the genre. For instance, in her preface to the 1966 reissue of the book, Brigid Brophy describes it as one …   Wikipedia

  • anapest — anapestic, anapaestic, adj. anapestically, anapaestically, adv. /an euh pest /, n. Pros. a foot of three syllables, two short followed by one long in quantitative meter, and two unstressed followed by one stressed in accentual meter, as in for… …   Universalium


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