heptametrical

heptameter

[hep-tam-i-ter]
noun Prosody.
a verse of seven metrical feet.

Origin:
1895–1900; < Medieval Latin heptametrum < Greek heptámetron a verse of seven feet. See hepta-, meter2

heptametrical [hep-tuh-me-tri-kuhl] , adjective
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heptameter (hɛpˈtæmɪtə)
 
n
prosody a verse line of seven metrical feet
 
heptametrical
 
adj

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