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monometer

noun mo·nom·e·ter \mə-ˈnä-mə-tər, mä-\

Definition of MONOMETER

:  a line of verse consisting of a single metrical foot or dipody

Origin of MONOMETER

Late Latin, from Greek monometros, from mon- + metron measure — more at measure
First Known Use: circa 1846

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