metrical

[ me-tri-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF metrical

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As it is, his poem has the faults we should look for in a metrical version of Euclid.

These metrical effects he has tried to reproduce in English.

Metrical scheme: a brief strophe and antistrophe and conclusion.

The whole universe is metrical, everything is a question of degree.

But he was already skilled in the art of metrical composition.

The reign of metrical romance, brilliant but brief, was past, or nearly so.

A selection from the metrical Sanskrit proverbs and maxims is here given.

Prose must be rhythmical, and it may be as much so as you will; but it must not be metrical.

By metrical language is meant that which is systematically rhythmical.

A metrical translation of the second part of Faust appeared in 1866.

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