Pindaric-ode Definition

noun
An ode in the form used by Pindar, consisting of a series of triads in which the strophe and antistrophe have the same stanza form and the epode has a different form.
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An ode in a form popularized in the 1600s by Abraham Cowley, employing lines of irregular lengths and an irregular rhyme scheme.
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pindaric

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