[hyoo-duh-bras-tik, or, often, yoo-] /ˌhyu dəˈbræs tɪk, or, often, ˌyu-/

of, relating to, or resembling the style of Samuel Butler’s Hudibras (published 1663–78), a mock-heroic poem written in tetrameter couplets.
of a playful burlesque style.
a Hudibrastic couplet or stanza.
mock-heroic in style


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