Noun(1) literature in metrical form(2) a piece of poetry(3) a line of metrical text
Verb(1) compose verses or put into verse(2) familiarize through thorough study or experience
(1) All Gunn's early verse rhymed - he was the most Appollonian of the 50s poets.(2) the second verse(3) The sisters smiled at the poetry and added a verse onto it.(4) Today's poem is a verse from Byron's Childe Harold, speaking of pathless places.(5) Inside the box, there is some candy and a heart-shaped eraser with a Bible verse attached to it.(6) Robert Frost once classed poetry that way, free verse against formal verse .(7) They began writing in iambic pentameter, or in some other " respectable " verse form.(8) Haiku originated as a simple verse form used to entertain the Japanese upper class.(9) a lament in verse(10) verse drama(11) Listen quietly in your heart and see if an encouraging phrase, or a Scripture verse , or a specific action starts to impress itself upon you.(12) Think about taking away the net and writing some blank verse with some metaphors in it.(13) The language is mostly the quaint island patois - not the stuff of verse drama.(14) I'll take a scripture verse from the Bible and I'll share it with a guy.(15) he began to verse extemporaneously in her ear(16) She wrote well and often corresponded with friends in doggerel verse .
(1) blank verse :: pennill yn wag
1. poetry ::
2. poem ::
3. stanza ::
4. rhyme ::
5. poesy ::
6. poetize ::
1. prose ::
Different Formsverse, verses, versing
English to Welsh Dictionary: verse
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