metrical definition by Webster's New World
- of or composed in meter or verse
- of, involving, or used in measurement; metric
Origin: Classical Latin metricus ; from Classical Greek metrikos (see meter and amp; -ic) plush -al
- metrically adverb
metrical definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- Of, relating to, or composed in poetic meter: metrical verse; five metrical units in a line.
- Of or relating to measurement.
Origin: Middle English, from Latin metricus, from Greek metrikos, from metron, measure, poetic meter; see mē-2 in Indo-European roots.
- metˈri·cal·ly adverb