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Quatrain – Poetic Terms in English in Context

Definition of quatrain in English as a poetic term in real context with illustration for advanced English learners

/ˈkwɒt.reɪn/ (noun)


a verse of poetry consisting of four lines, stanza, rhyme, verse, a stanza of four lines


In poetry, a quatrain is a verse with four lines. Quatrains are popular in poetry because they are compatible with different rhyme schemes and rhythmic patterns.


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