Te*tram"e*ter (?), n. [L. tetrametrus, Gr. ; (see Tetra-) + a measure: cf. F. t'etrametre.] GR. & Latin Pros.

A verse or line consisting of four measures, that is, in iambic, trochaic, and anapestic verse, of eight feet; in other kinds of verse, of four feet.


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