Octameter

Is a line of poetry containing eight metrical 'feet'. Octameter is the longest line included in the formal classification of lines. The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe is written in trochaic octameters.
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octameter

[n] - a verse line having eight metrical feet
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Octameter

Oc·tam'e·ter noun [ Confer L. octameter in eight feet. See Octa- , and meter .] (Pros.) A verse containing eight feet; as, -- « Deep\'b6 in - to\'b6 the - dark\'b6ness - peer\'b6ing, - long\'b6 I - stood\'b6 there - wond'\'b6ring, - fear\'b6ing.»
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octameter

noun a verse line having eight metrical feet
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Octameter

• (n.) A verse containing eight feet; as, --//Deep# in|to# the | dark#ness | peer#ing, | long# I | stood# there | wond`#ring, | fear#ing.
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Octameter

Octameter in poetry is a line of eight metrical feet. It is not very common in English verse. E.g.: - Trochaic Iambic Dactylic ...
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Octameter

A verse containing eight feet. Algernon charles swinburne's 'march
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