[pee-trahr-kiz-uh m, pe-] /ˈpi trɑrˌkɪz əm, ˈpɛ-/
the poetic style introduced by and characteristic of his work, marked by complex grammatical structure, elaborate conceits, and conventionalized diction.
[pe-truh l] /ˈpɛ trəl/ noun 1. any of numerous tube-nosed seabirds of the families Procellariidae, Hydrobatidae, and Pelecanoididae. /ˈpɛtrəl/ noun 1. any oceanic bird of the order Procellariiformes, having a hooked bill and tubular nostrils: includes albatrosses, storm petrels, and shearwaters See also storm petrel n. seabird, 1670s, pitteral, modern spelling first recorded 1703 by […]
1. variant of 1. before elements of Latin origin: petrifaction.
[pee-tree] /ˈpi tri/ noun 1. a shallow, circular, glass or plastic dish with a loose-fitting cover over the top and sides, used for culturing bacteria and other microorganisms. /ˈpɛtrɪ/ noun 1. a shallow circular flat-bottomed dish, often with a fitting cover, used in laboratories, esp for producing cultures of microorganisms n. 1892, named for German […]
[pee-tree] /ˈpi tri/ noun 1. Sir (William Matthew) Flinders [flin-derz] /ˈflɪn dərz/ (Show IPA), 1853–1942, English Egyptologist and archaeologist. /ˈpɛtrɪ/ noun 1. Sir (William Matthew) Flinders. 1853–1942, British Egyptologist and archaeologist