I'd love to hear that voice of yours revving on some Alexandrine verse.
This poetry is in that irregular Alexandrine measure, which, as has been observed, arose out of the Latin pentameter.
But at this time Trypho, the Alexandrine architect, was there.
"Yes, everything is as perfect as one could desire," said Alexandrine.
This Alexandrine is not common, and is probably a mere oversight.
This led to the Alexandrine war, in the course of which this elder Ptolemy perished.
This beautiful maiden was Alexandrine Flicie Villeminot, an orphan.
Its author is believed to have been an Alexandrine Jew, but his age cannot be determined.
Our Iambic in its sixth form, is commonly called the Alexandrine measure.
As for the pressure fountain, this had reached perfection as long ago as the Alexandrine epoch.
in reference to a type of verse line, 1580s (adj.); 1660s (n.), said to be from Old French Roman d'Alexandre, name of a poem about Alexander the Great that was popular in the Middle Ages, which used a 12-syllable line of 6 feet (the French heroic verse); it was used in English to vary the heroic verse of 5 feet. The name also sometimes is said to be from Alexandre de Paris, 13c. French poet, who used such a line (and who also wrote one of the popular Alexander the Great poems).