- a. applied to verse in which each line begins with letter with which preceding line ended.
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Acromonogrammatic — Ac ro*mon o*gram*mat ic, a. [Gr. a kros extreme + ? alone + ? a letter.] Having each verse begin with the same letter as that with which the preceding verse ends. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
acromonogrammatic — ac·ro·mon·o·gram·mat·ic … English syllables
acromonogrammatic — |akrōˌmänəgrə|mad.ik adjective Etymology: acr + Greek monogrammatos consisting of one letter (from mon + grammat , gramma letter) + English ic more at grammar : having each verse beginning with the same letter that ends the preceding verse … Useful english dictionary