Under each picture is a distich, composed by the king himself.
A war is undertaken for an epigram or a distich, as in Europe for a duchy.
Propertius had put this distich in an elegy in which he narrated a nocturnal promenade between Rome and Tibur.
The distich may be an interpolation, or at least deeply corrupted in its present form.
The asyndeton in this distich is odd, given the preceding series of connectives.
All the Proverbs in this selection are in the form of a distich.
distich, dis′tik, n. a couple of lines or verses, making complete sense: a couplet.
Why was the chant arrested at the conclusion of this first distich?
In this distich is another line of which Pope was not the author.
"Your poetry, Mr. Dunquerque," said Mr. Beck, pointing to the distich with pride.