[ strof-ik, stroh-fik ]
/ ˈstrɒf ɪk, ˈstroʊ fɪk /
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Origin of strophic
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Examples from the Web for non-strophic
A number of other anisometrical combinations of verses will be mentioned in Book II, in the chapter on the non-strophic odes.A History of English Versification|Jakob Schipper
less commonly strophical
/ (ˈstrɒfɪk, ˈstrəʊ-) /
of, relating to, or employing a strophe or strophes
(of a song) having identical or related music in each verseCompare through-composed
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