Poeticule
Poeticule Po*et"i*cule, n. A poetaster. --Swinburne. [1913 Webster]

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  • poeticule — po·et·i·cule …   English syllables

  • poeticule — pōˈed.ə(ˌ)kyül noun ( s) Etymology: poet + i + cule (as in animalcule) : poetaster …   Useful english dictionary

  • -ule — ⇒ ULE, suff. Suff. formateur de subst., associé à une base nom. A. ule. Suff. à valeur dimin. et de spécialisation p. rapp. à la réalité dénotée par le subst. de base. V. lobule, membranule (rem. 3 s.v. membrane), ombellule (dér. 2 s.v. ombelle) …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • balladmonger — Synonyms and related words: Meistersinger, Parnassian, arch poet, arranger, ballad maker, balladeer, balladist, bard, beat poet, bucoliast, composer, contrapuntist, elegist, epic poet, ethnomusicologist, fili, harmonist, harmonizer, hymnist,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • -cule — suffix forming (orig. diminutive) nouns (molecule). Etymology: F cule or L culus * * * cule1 var. of cle1: animalcule; molecule; reticule. [( < F) < L culus, cula, culum; see CLE1] cule2 var. of …   Useful english dictionary

  • squat´ness — squat «skwot», verb, squat|ted or squat, squat|ting, adjective, noun. –v.i. 1. to sit on the heels; crouch: »He found it difficult to squat on his heels for more than a few minutes …   Useful english dictionary

  • squat´ly — squat «skwot», verb, squat|ted or squat, squat|ting, adjective, noun. –v.i. 1. to sit on the heels; crouch: »He found it difficult to squat on his heels for more than a few minutes …   Useful english dictionary

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