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stanza
used in Middlemarch

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Definition
part of a poem or song that has other such parts—each part consisting of a fixed number of lines
  • Considering that Fred was not at all coarse, that he rather looked down on the manners and speech of young men who had not been to the university, and that he had written stanzas as pastoral and unvoluptuous as his flute-playing, his attraction towards Bambridge and Horrock was an interesting fact which even the love of horse-flesh would not wholly account for without that mysterious influence of Naming which determinates so much of mortal choice.
    Book 3 — Waiting for Death (9% in)

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