the stanza used by Spenser in his Faerie Queene and employed since by other poets, consisting of eight iambic pentameter lines and a final Alexandrine, with a rhyme scheme of ababbcbcc.
(prosody) the stanza form used by the poet Spenser in his poem The Faerie Queene, consisting of eight lines in iambic pentameter and a concluding Alexandrine, rhyming a b a b b c b c c
verb 1. simple past tense and past participle of spend. 2. used up; consumed. 3. tired; worn-out; exhausted. verb (used with object), spent, spending. 1. to pay out, disburse, or expend; dispose of (money, wealth, resources, etc.): resisting the temptation to spend one’s money. 2. to employ (labor, thought, words, time, etc.), as on some […]
[spen-tuh ah-me-shuh] /ˈspɛn tə ˈɑ mɛ ʃə/ noun, Zoroastrianism. 1. Amesha Spenta.
[mahyn-yoo] /ˈmaɪn yu/ noun, Zoroastrianism. 1. the good and creative spirit that is the offspring of Ahura Mazda.
verb 1. simple past tense and past participle of spend. 2. used up; consumed. 3. tired; worn-out; exhausted. verb 1. the past tense and past participle of spend adjective 2. used up or exhausted; consumed 3. (of a fish) exhausted by spawning