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slant rhyme
Weegy: Words that sound the same but don't exactly rhyme, such as Lover and brother. Or, Fish and promise, won and done, gone and from. Read more: User: syllable Weegy: could you be more specific? User: definition of syllable (More)
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A syllable is a unit of organization for a sequence of speech sounds.
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anapestic foot
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Match the fallacy with its name. You can either hire one of our tutors or fail the test.
Weegy: Straw man fallacy User: hexameter Weegy: Hexameter is a metrical line of verse consisting of six feet. It was the standard epic metre in classical Greek and Latin literature, such as in the Iliad and Aeneid. [ Its use in other genres of composition include Horace's satires, and Ovid's Metamorphoses. ] User: anapestic foot Weegy: Anapestic tetrameter is a poetic meter that has four anapestic metrical feet per line. Each foot has two unstressed syllables followed by a stressed syllable. [ It is sometimes referred to as a "reverse dactyl", and shares the rapid, driving pace of the dactyl.[ ] (More)
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Poetry that uses no rhyme scheme and no set meter is called _____. rhymed verse free verse metric verses blank
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Poetry that uses no rhyme scheme and no set meter is called: FREE VERSE.
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The poetic foot and the length of line make up the ____ of the poem. rhyme imagery meter
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