Skeltonics


Skel·ton·ics

noun plural \skel-ˈtä-niks\

Definition of SKELTONICS

:  short verses of an irregular meter with two or three stresses sometimes in falling and sometimes in rising rhythm and usually with rhymed couplets

Origin of SKELTONICS

John Skelton
First Known Use: 1898

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