Related formsan·ti·stroph·ic [an-tuh-strof-ik, -stroh-fik] /ˌæn təˈstrɒf ɪk, -ˈstroʊ fɪk/, an·tis·tro·phal, adjectivean·ti·stroph·i·cal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for antistrophe
This ode consists of strophe, epode, antistrophe, and second epode.English Verse|Raymond MacDonald Alden, Ph.D.
A deliberate contrast seems to be made in each Chorus between the strophe and the antistrophe.Euripedes and His Age|Gilbert Murray
Strophe, the way of wisdom; antistrophe, the path of the wicked; conclusion, union of the two in a common image.
In the second Antistrophe the Bard thus marks the progress of Poetry.Early Reviews of English Poets|John Louis Haney
It alternates with a Recitative, which assumes a minor key, and which seems to be its Antistrophe.Life of Chopin|Franz Liszt
British Dictionary definitions for antistrophe
- the second of two movements made by a chorus during the performance of a choral ode
- the second part of a choral ode sung during this movement