poetise


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poetise


Past participle: poetised
Gerund: poetising

Imperative
poetise
poetise
Present
I poetise
you poetise
he/she/it poetises
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you poetise
they poetise
Preterite
I poetised
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he/she/it poetised
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Present Continuous
I am poetising
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we are poetising
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Present Perfect
I have poetised
you have poetised
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Past Continuous
I was poetising
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Past Perfect
I had poetised
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Future
I will poetise
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Future Perfect
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Future Continuous
I will be poetising
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been poetising
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Future Perfect Continuous
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been poetising
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Conditional
I would poetise
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Past Conditional
I would have poetised
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.poetise - compose verses or put into verse; "He versified the ancient saga"
poesy, poetry, verse - literature in metrical form
indite, pen, write, compose - produce a literary work; "She composed a poem"; "He wrote four novels"
metrify - compose in poetic meter; "The bard metrified his poems very precisely"
spondaise, spondaize - make spondaic; "spondaize verses"
elegise, elegize - compose an elegy
sonnet - compose a sonnet
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Le corps poetise la scene, il a son propre langage et ses lettres de noblesse.
Le Dieu de ces femmes n'est pas une idee que l'on debat dans le domaine speculatif, Celui dont elles parlent est raconte et poetise, la theologie des femmes devenant ainsi une contribution culturelle exceptionnelle.
La pensee, meme inspiree par le poeme, se doit a elle-meme d'etre autonome: le philosophe ne poetise pas parce que, comme l'ecrit Ricoeur, <<la pensee speculative se sait distincte et repondante>> (21).
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His attacks on German culture and music, according to Bertram, were the consequence of his realization that he could not fully strip himself of the northern elements of his own character: "Il la dechire, en la niant, la persiflant, la condamnant, diabolisant une moitie d'elle comme il a fait d'une moitie de soi--tandis qu'il poetise et divinise [le Sud] avec d'autant plus de passion" (176).
Dans sa milonga, Borges a poetise ce pouvoir d'emprunt et de creation de memoire que met en oeuvre le mot propre dans le poeme.
<< Le christianisme poetise de Georges Boileau (1885-1946).
This long and creative life has produced several books of poetry and prose, including The Animal Tree (1971), Poetise, Poetise (1972), My Tired Father (1972), The Description of the Tower (1975), The Other Side (1980), Zenobia (1985), and The Blue Shore (1990).
Abdelhak Zerouali a dedie sa vie aux planches et a l'ecriture qui poetise la vie et le quotidien.
Observons encore que, si La Fontaine assouplit la mise en vers de ses Fables choisies pour en rapprocher la poesie de la prose, plus naturelle et par consequent plus expressive, Perrault prosateur poetise le prosaisme de ses contes, moins par l'adjonction des moralites versifiees, que par le recours a des formules ou plus exactement des formulettes dont s'incruste instantanement et sans effort la memoire du jeune lecteur et qui fonctionnent, rehaussees d'archaisme, comme la puerile absurdite des comptines.