monostrophic

monostrophic

[mon-uh-strof-ik, -stroh-fik]
adjective
1.
consisting of stanzas or strophes all having the same metrical structure.
noun
2.
monostrophics, monostrophic verses.

Origin:
1665–75; < Greek monostrophikós. See monostrophe, -ic

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monostrophe (mɒˈnɒstrəfɪ, ˈmɒnəˌstrəʊf)
 
n
a poem in which all the stanzas or strophes are written in the same metre
 
monostrophic
 
adj

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