prose characterized by the use of poetic devices, as alliteration, assonance, rhyme, etc., and especially by an emphasis on rhythm not strictly metered.
a rhythmically free prose employing poetic devices, such as assonance and alliteration
[pol-ee-hahy-drok-see] /ˌpɒl i haɪˈdrɒk si/ adjective, Chemistry. 1. containing two or more hydroxyl groups. /ˌpɒlɪhaɪˈdrɒksɪ/ adjective 1. (of a chemical compound) containing two or more hydroxyl groups per molecule Also polyhydric
polyhydramnios pol·y·hy·dram·ni·os (pŏl’ē-hī-drām’nē-ŏs’) n. An excess in the amount of amniotic fluid.
[pol-ee-hahy-drik] /ˌpɒl iˈhaɪ drɪk/ adjective, Chemistry. 1. (especially of alcohols and phenols) polyhydroxy. /ˌpɒlɪˈhaɪdrɪk/ adjective 1. another word for polyhydroxy, esp when applied to alcohols polyhydric pol·y·hy·dric (pŏl’ē-hī’drĭk) adj. Containing more than one hydroxyl group.
[pol-ee-his-ter] /ˌpɒl iˈhɪs tər/ noun 1. a person of great and varied learning. n. “very learned person,” 1580s, from Greek polyhistor “very learned,” from poly “much, many” (see poly-) + histor “knowing, learned” (see history).