"Poetic form featuring lexical repetition rather than rhyme" Crossword Clue

Author: Mathew Cooper
Last Updated: 25 Oct 2023

"Poetic form featuring lexical repetition rather than rhyme" NYT crossword answer is:

SESTINA (7 letters length)

The answer for "Poetic form featuring lexical repetition rather than rhyme" crossword clue is listed above to help you solve the puzzle you are currently working on.

The poetic form featuring lexical repetition rather than rhyme is called a refrain. Refrain is a type of poetic form that is characterized by the repetition of certain words or phrases throughout the poem. This repetition creates a sense of rhythm and structure, and can be used to emphasize a particular idea or emotion. Refrain is often used in folk songs, ballads, and other traditional forms of poetry, and is a popular choice for modern poets looking to create a unique and memorable piece of work.

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