tetrameter

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tetra- +‎ meter

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  • Hyphenation: te‧tra‧me‧ter

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tetrameter (countable and uncountable, plural tetrameters)

  1. (poetry) A line in a poem having four metrical feet.
  2. (prosody) A poetic metre in which each line has four feet.

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