Heptameter

Heptameter is a type of meter where each line of verse contains seven metrical feet. It was used frequently in Classical prosody, and in English, the line was used frequently in narrative poetry since the Romantics. The meter is also called septenary, and this is the most common form for medieval Latin and vernacular verse, including the Ormulum. ...
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heptameter

(from the article `prosody`) ...been noted that four feet make up a line of tetrameter verse; a line consisting of one foot is called monometer, of two dimeter, of three ...
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Heptameter

A line consisting of seven metrical feet. Also called septenary.
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Heptameter

A line of poetry containing seven metrical 'feet'. An example of anapestic heptameter is The Lacking Sense by Thomas Hardy.
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heptameter

heptameter Related 'measure' and 'metric' words and charts: mens-; Metric Chart of Units; Metric-Length Converter; Metric Units and Links.
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heptameter

seven feet, a measure made up of seven feet (fourteeners). Examples are Chapman's translation of Homer's 'Iliad,' Edgar Allan Poe's 'Annabel Lee,' and Rudyard Kipling's 'Tommy.' Cf. Poulter's measure.
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Heptameter

Seven feet, a measure made up of seven feet (fourteeners). Examples are chapman's translation of hom
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