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stich

 (stĭk)
n.
A line of verse.

[Greek stikhos; see steigh- in Indo-European roots.]
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stich

(stɪk)
n
(Poetry) a line of poetry; verse
[C18: from Greek stikhos row, verse; related to steikhein to walk]
ˈstichic adj
ˈstichically adv
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stich

(stɪk)

n.
a verse or line of poetry.
[1715–25; < Greek stíchos row, line, verse]
stich′ic, adj.
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stich

- A line of poetry.
See also related terms for poetry.
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stich

a line of a poem; verse.
See also: Verse
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