Definition of Acrostically. Meaning of Acrostically. Synonyms of Acrostically

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Definition of Acrostically

Acrostically
Acrostically A*cros"tic*al*ly, adv. After the manner of an acrostic.

Meaning of Acrostically from wikipedia

- An acrostic is a poem (or other form of writing) in which the first letter (or syllable, or word) of each line (or paragraph, or other recurring feature...
- and acrostic, referencing the fact that the solution is an anagram of the clues, and the author of the quote is hidden in the clues acrostically. Later...
- to reveal: Hofstadter's Contracrostipunctus Acrostically Backwards Spells 'J. S. Bach'. The second acrostic is found by taking the first letters of the...
- are in Hebrew or Aramaic, and most follow some poetic scheme, such as an acrostic following the order of the Hebrew alphabet or spelling out the name of...
- stones mounted on the band spelled out the word "regards" in an implicit acrostic: Ruby Emerald Garnet Amethyst Ruby Diamond Sapphire Later variations included...
- fake. The song titles, follow as: "Runway J", "Runway E" and so on; acrostically spelling out the phrase "JENNY DEATH WHEN", in reference to the clamor...
- Psalm 37 is the 37th psalm of the Book of Psalms. It has the form of an acrostic Hebrew poem, and is thought to have been written by David in his old age...
- dedicated to her, and opens with a poem that uses her name as a double acrostic.Carroll first became friends with Gertrude in 1875, when she was aged nine...
- Psalms, or Psalm 33 according to the Gr**** numbering system. It is an acrostic poem in the Hebrew Alphabet, one of a series of the songs of thanksgiving...
- the second word is truncated, giving rise to a blend that resembles an acrostic: תפוז‬ (tapúz, orange (fruit), from תפוח‬ (tapúakh, apple) and זהב‬ (zaháv...
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