Adjective(1) having or characterized by or consisting of ten syllables
(1) They should be ruled rather by accent than by mere beat, but in no case may there be a line or lines which cannot be read as decasyllabic without difficulty or hesitation.(2) During his brief but turbulent life, he wrote some thirty lyric poems, as well as several in the decasyllabic tradition.(3) More precisely, you adapt a variation of decasyllabic meter, where your lines alternate between thirteen and seven syllables each.(4) Unlike Southwell's four other nativity poems, this one is written in decasyllabic six-ains, which we find frequently in his poetry.(5) John Gurney said that what he liked about the decasyllabic line was that it could be made close to conversation but was yet ` something better than prose’.
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