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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for hendecasyllabic

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Catullus 12 The meter of this poem is hendecasyllabic, a common form in Catullus' poetry.
Hendecasyllable Forty-three of Catullus's poems are hendecasyllabic; for an example, see Catullus 1.
Catullus 5 The meter of this poem is hendecasyllabic, a common form in Catullus' poetry.
Catullus 1 The meter of this poem is hendecasyllabic, a common form in Catullus's poetry.
Aminta The text is written in hendecasyllabic and septenary verses; it is divided into five acts.
Hendecasyllable Another form of hendecasyllabic verse is the "Alcaic" (Latin: "hendecasyllabus alcaicus"; used in the Alcaic stanza), which has the pattern:
Hendecasyllable The third form of hendecasyllabic verse is the "Sapphic" (Latin: "hendecasyllabus sapphicus"; so named for its use in the Sapphic stanza), with the pattern:
Catullus 2 However, there is some flexibility in this pattern, particularly in the first and last feet. An example of English hendecasyllabic verse has been provided by Tennyson
Catullus 2 Catullus was renowned for his meticulous care in crafting poems, even those with seemingly trifling content. This poem is written in hendecasyllabic verse, a meter in which each line has eleven syllables and four poetic feet. Consistent with other ancient Greek and Latin works, the feet are not defined by stressed and unstressed syllables as they are in English poetry. Rather, they are marked by long (L) and short (s) forms of the vowels. Thus, a typical hendecasyllabic line has the meter
Sapphic stanza The form is two hendecasyllabic verses, and a third verse beginning the same way and continuing with five additional syllables (given as the stanza's fourth verse in ancient and modern editions, and known as the Adonic or adonean line).