Decastich Dec"a*stich, n. [Pref. deca- + Gr. sti`chos a row, a line of writing, a verse.] A poem consisting of ten lines. [1913 Webster]

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  • decastich — dec·a·stich …   English syllables

  • decastich —   n. ten line poem …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • decastich — ˈdekəˌstik noun ( s) Etymology: deca + stich : a poem or stanza of 10 lines …   Useful english dictionary

  • -stich — ˌstik noun combining form ( s) Etymology: Latin stichon, from Greek, from neuter of stichos having (so many) rows or lines, from stichos row, line, verse : poem or stanza consisting of (so many) lines deca …   Useful english dictionary

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