versification

[ vur-suh-fi-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF versification

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Then you have followed our theory of versification rigorously.

The versification is too modern; the language often too ancient.

To his versification, justice requires that praise should not be denied.

The old Danish poets were, for the most part, extremely rude in their versification.

Not that to Schiller 'form' meant mere style and versification.

Nor was he less a master of versification than of vocabulary.

His versification profited by this personal or literary familiarity.

Indeed, he confessed that he had already begun the work of versification.

But versification and numbers are the greatest pleasures of poetry.

It is for his versification that he is admired, and with justice.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, from Latin versificationem (nominative versificatio), noun of action from past participle stem of versificare (see versify).

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