Hymnal-stanza



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Also called common meter, hymnal stanza. Prosody. a ballad stanza of four iambic lines and strict rhymes, often used in hymns, rhyming abcb or abab.
noun
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another term for common time
2.
the usual stanza form of a ballad, consisting of four iambic lines rhyming a b c b or a b a b

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