So even if the rhyming dictionary is left behind, a mental rhyming dictionary can always be improvised, once the mechanism is learned. asociace association (sdružení, sdružování, svaz); synonyms (n) affiliation, alliance, connection, assembly, affinity, company, fellowship, link, partnership, society. asociální asocial; synonyms (adj) antisocial, thoughtless.
verandah; synonyms (n) gallery, drift, heading. verdikt verdict (rozsudek); synonyms (n) finding, decision, judgment, conclusion, determination, decree, resolution, ruling, sentence, choice. veřejnost 1. community (obec); synonyms (n) association, public, agreement, commune, nation, people, brotherhood, likeness, (adj) communal, neighborhood; antonym (adj) private, 2.
pleasant chore of analyzing the favorite poems of the great poets-the odes of Keats, the sonnets of Shakespeare, the greater lyrics of Poe, and so on. Scansion will indicate the meter employed; and the numeral system 1, 1, 2, 2 will mark for you the rhyming pattern.
look (dívat se); synonyms (v) seem, appear, expect, (n) face, gaze, appearance, aspect, air, countenance, expression, 3. sight; synonyms (n) vision, glimpse, show, view, eye, (v) aim, spot, see, descry, discern. pohlednice 1.
Let your attention be directed especially to ingenious devices for securing variety within a formal pattern. The sonnet, which will be reached in the study of lyric poetry, has been used often and successfully as a stanza. In polyrhythmic or free verse, the stanza division follows the poet’s inner mandate of where each group of lines should end, as if it were a paragraph in prose. Czech – English afficionado, fiend, follower, (v) air; antonym (n) detractor, 2.
- Clearly, in writing the sestina, after the first stanza has been completed, the next task is to write down the terminals for all the lines of the next five stanzas, and the terminals and center words of the brief concluding stanza.
- poezie 1.
- pohanství paganism; synonyms (n) heathenism, heresy, idolatry, atheism, barbarism, ethnicism, gentilism, gentility, ignorance, pagandom.
pagan (pohanský); synonyms (adj) heathen, irreligious, (n) idolater. pohanka buckwheat; synonyms (n) grain, branks, cereal, maize, millet, oats, rice, rye. pohanský pagan (pohan); synonyms (adj) heathen, gentile, heathenish, ethnic, irreligious, (n) idolater, infidel. pohanství paganism; synonyms (n) heathenism, heresy, idolatry, atheism, barbarism, ethnicism, gentilism, gentility, ignorance, pagandom.
overt (zjevný); synonyms (adj) blatant, open, obvious, apparent, clear, explicit, flagrant, barefaced, conspicuous, naked; antonyms (adj) camouflaged, concealed, covert, indirect, 2. public (obecenstvo, publikum, veřejnost); synonyms (adj) common, national, overt, civic, general, communal, mutual, (n) folk, community, people; antonyms (adj) private, confidential, personal. věřit believe; synonyms (v) think, accredit, assume, conceive, consider, guess, reckon, understand, (n) belief, trust; antonyms (v) disbelieve, distrust.
With Charles d’Orleans, the rondel took the distinct form now assigned to it, of fourteen lines on two rhymes. The first two lines reappear as the seventh and eighth, and as the final couplet-a mere variation of the triolet. This double repetition of the two-lined refrain made the form unwieldy. Later French poets shortened the form to thirteen lines, omitting the second line of the original refrain at the end.