Synonym: lyric, ode, rhyme, verse. Antonym: prose. Similar words: poet, poem, subpoena, onomatopoeia, metre, toiletry, metric, petrol. Meaning: ['pəʊɪtrɪ] n. 1. literature in metrical form 2. any communication resembling poetry in beauty or the evocation of feeling.
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2 Poetry is simply the most beautiful, impressive and widely effective mode of saying things, and hence its importance.
3 Professor Lee will give us a lecture on poetry.
4 Her dancing is pure poetry.
5 He came first in the poetry competition.
6 Her poetry is full of obscure literary allusions.
7 He writes estimable poetry under a pseudonym.
8 William Wordsworth wrote lyric poetry/was a lyric poet.
9 He loves poetry for beauty's sake.
10 Lawrence Durrell wrote a great deal of poetry.
11 He has a gift for poetry.
12 We have put together an anthology of children's poetry.
13 Poetry is a difficult art.
14 Poetry helps us to interpret life.
15 He reads a lot of poetry.
16 This is a good example of his poetry.
17 I have now developed an appreciation of poetry.
18 His poetry conveys a great sense of religious devotion.
19 Mr.Smith was a lover of poetry.
20 They recited poetry to one another.
21 It helps children to develop an appreciation of poetry and literature.
22 Our English course is divided into modules on poetry, drama,(www.Sentencedict.com) and novels.
23 In poetry the rose is often a metaphor for love.
24 Keats is referring to epic poetry when he mentions Homer's'proud demesne '.
25 What comes across in his later poetry is a great sense of sadness.
26 In the 18th century art was seen, along with music and poetry, as something edifying.
27 He began his speech with a few lines of poetry.
28 Affection is like water, so that all become pure filtered; it makes the flat family, by burning the more edges; the family is poetry, so boring after modified reached a kind of artistic conception. The family, life eternal power.
29 The sun and the moon are often personified in poetry.
30 She lived entirely by spiritual values, in a world of poetry and imagination.
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