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When rhythm is regular, it is often called meter. Each verse is made up

of a number of metrical feet. Use a pair of terms to describe a line of

verse: first, an adjective for the basic kind of foot. Typical feet

include iambs (the most common in English poetry), trochees, and

spondees. Less common are dactyls, anapests, and amphibrachs.


The second term gives the number of feet in each line. The most common

in English are pentameter (five beats per verse) and tetrameter (four

beats per verse); other possibilities are monometer, dimeter, trimeter,

and hexameter.


No meter is perfectly regular. Apart from the theoretical problem that

no two syllables will receive precisely the same stress, most poets

(even the most apparently regular) try to vary their verse by

introducing occasional metrical substitutions.


Definition of Rising Meter Literary Term


How do you define Rising Meter Literary Term? What is the definition of

Rising Meter Literary Term?


The definition of Rising Meter Literary Term is as follows:




Definition of Rising Meter Literary Term


Anapaestic and Iambic meters are called rising meters because they move

from an unstressed syllable to a stressed syllable.


The meter in poetry involves exact arrangements of syllables into

repeated patterns called feet within a line. Meters are regularized

rhythms. an arrangement of language in which the accents occur at

apparently equal intervals in time. Each repeated unit of meter is

called a foot.


The number of metrical feet in a line are described as follows:


Dimeter — two feet


Trimeter — three feet


Tetrameter — four feet


Pentameter — five feet


Hexameter — six feet


Heptameter — seven feet


Octameter — eight feet




The meter in poetry involves the exact arrangements of syllables into

repeated patterns called feet within a line.






Forms of Poetry and Literary Terms


How do you define a couplet or a Falling Meter? And what exactly is an

Iambic pentameter? We have provided a definition of poetry and literary

terms together with the meaning and examples, such as the above

definition of Rising Meter Literary Term. A helpful educational resource

for those taking an English test or a University student studying

English and American Literature. Each definition, such as the above

definition and example of Rising Meter Literary Term will provide a

glossary of literary terms or a dictionary with the meaning, samples,

examples and the rules of specialising in each different type of poem

and poetry.




Definition of Poetry


Poetry is piece of literature written by a poet in meter or verse

expressing various emotions which are expressed by the use of variety of

techniques including metaphors, similes and onomatopoeia. The emphasis

on the aesthetics of language and the use of techniques such as

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