What is another word for stanza?

137 synonyms found


[ stˈanzə], [ stˈanzə], [ s_t_ˈa_n_z_ə]

When it comes to poetry, a stanza is a group of lines that are structured together. The term stanza is frequently used in poetry to refer to a section. There are a variety of ways to say stanza, with each word having its own specific connotation. Verses, staves, strophes, and couplets are among the synonyms for stanza. A verse is a section of a poem that is made up of a specific number of lines and is often grouped together. A stave is a group of lines that are set to music or a poem that is written in stanzas. Strophes are a series of stanzas that are used in a poem, while couplets are stanzas that consist of only two lines.

Related words: the stanza, poetic stanzas, sonnet stanza, lyric stanza, verse stanza, ballad stanza

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    How to use "Stanza" in context?

    Stanza is an Italian word meaning a complete unit of text in poetry, usually eight lines long. There are many types of stanzas, including iambic, heroic, and lyric. Stanza usually signals a shift in tone, subject matter, or mood. A good example of a poem with stanzas is "On Eagle's Wing" by Ted Kooser.

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