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Word "IAMB" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a metrical unit with unstressed-stressed syllables
Synonyms:
iambus

Crossword Clues for IAMB

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Foot injury initially seen by a GP, perhaps The Times Cryptic 27 Jun 2022
'Macbeth,' but not 'Hamlet' New York Times 26 Jun 2022
Trochee's counterpart New York Times 16 Jun 2022
Metrical foot The Times Concise 14 May 2022
A two-syllable foot in poetry The Times Specialist Sunday 17 Apr 2022
Foot in a sonnet Universal 06 Feb 2022
Foot, in verse Premier Sunday 30 Jan 2022
On island, young animal hasn't left foot The Times Cryptic 12 Jan 2022
Poet’s foot Wall Street Journal 21 Dec 2021
Metrical foot for the word "afoot" Universal 13 Nov 2021
Amanda Gorman's foot Universal 06 Nov 2021
Short-long metrical foot Universal 05 Oct 2021
Foot with two parts Wall Street Journal 17 Jul 2021
Short-long metric foot The Times Concise 05 Jun 2021
'To be' is one, poetically The Washington Post 30 May 2021
"To be" is one, poetically LA Times Daily 30 May 2021
Two-syllable foot Universal 14 Feb 2021
Prosodic foot Wall Street Journal 06 Feb 2021
Poetic foot Thomas Joseph 23 Jan 2021
Foot with a short part and a long part New York Times 31 Dec 2020
Poetic foot with a short and a long syllable New York Times 02 Nov 2020
Metrical foot The Times Concise 02 Oct 2020
Foot in a sonnet The Washington Post Sunday 02 Aug 2020
Poetic foot Newsday 30 Jul 2020
Anglicized term for a metrical foot of two syllables The Guardian Speedy 26 Jul 2020
Metrical foot Wall Street Journal 25 Jul 2020
Foot in a poem The Washington Post 28 Jun 2020
Foot in a poem LA Times Daily 28 Jun 2020
Part of a poem's meter The Washington Post Sunday 21 Jun 2020
Poet's foot Universal 14 Apr 2020
Hamlet’s “to be,” e.g Wall Street Journal 26 Sep 2019
Poetic foot Wall Street Journal 23 Sep 2019
Word that’s ironically a trochee Wall Street Journal 11 Sep 2019
Two-syllable foot The Washington Post 08 Sep 2019
Two-syllable foot LA Times Daily 08 Sep 2019
Foot on a page The Washington Post Sunday 08 Sep 2019
“To be,” to poets Wall Street Journal 31 Aug 2019
One of two in 'The Grapes of Wrath' New York Times 28 Jul 2019
Metrical unit, in odes The Washington Post Sunday 14 Jul 2019
Maya Angelou's foot Universal 22 Apr 2019
Two-syllable foot Family Time 04 Mar 2019
Shakespeare's 'to be,' e.g Wall Street Journal 23 Feb 2019
Metric unit New York Times 08 Feb 2019
Foot for Frost Wall Street Journal 19 Jan 2019
Shakespeare's foot Universal 13 Jan 2019
Two-syllable foot
Word that's ironically a trochee
Metric unit
One of two in "The Grapes of Wrath"
Foot for Frost
Hamlet's "to be," e.g.
"To be," to poets
Shakespeare's "to be," e.g.
Poetic foot
Maya Angelou's foot
Shakespeare's foot
A measure of William Blake's work? The Telegraph Toughie 25 Dec 2018
Poetic foot Premier Sunday 16 Dec 2018
Foot that's part of a meter LA Times Daily 11 Nov 2018
Foot that's part of a meter The Washington Post 11 Nov 2018
It's scanned in poetry The Washington Post Sunday 04 Nov 2018
Foot in a line of poetry Universal 13 Oct 2018
Part of da-DUM, da-DUM, da-DUM New York Times 18 Sep 2018
Part of poetic line -- the writer is British The Telegraph Cryptic 05 Aug 2018
Foot of a poet Universal 04 Jul 2018
Metrical foot Premier Sunday 27 May 2018
Hamlet's 'To be,' e.g The Chronicle of Higher Education 11 May 2018
Foot at first intact needs a doctor The Telegraph Toughie 03 May 2018
Metrical unit Canadiana 26 Mar 2018
One-fifth of 'Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May' The Chronicle of Higher Education 23 Feb 2018
Poet's foot The Washington Post Sunday 18 Feb 2018
Metric foot Universal 17 Feb 2018
Metric foot
Hamlet's "To be," e.g.
Foot of a poet
Foot in a line of poetry
Foot that's part of a meter
Part of da-DUM, da-DUM, da-DUM
One-fifth of "Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May"
''But, soft!'', for instance Newsday 16 Dec 2017
Two-syllable poetic foot New York Times 25 Oct 2017
Poetic foot LA Times Daily 22 Oct 2017
Poetic foot The Washington Post 22 Oct 2017
Metrical unit Universal 17 Oct 2017
One of 70 in a Shakespearean sonnet New York Times 14 Oct 2017
Metrical short-long foot Universal 07 Jul 2017
One-fifth of 'If music be the food of love, play on' The Chronicle of Higher Education 23 Jun 2017
Poetic foot Jonesin 13 Jun 2017
Pound foot? LA Times Daily 07 May 2017
Pound foot? The Washington Post 07 May 2017
Foot type New York Times 21 Apr 2017
Metric foot Canadiana 13 Feb 2017
Poetic foot
Pound foot?
Metrical unit
One-fifth of "If music be the food of love, play on"
Foot type
One of 70 in a Shakespearean sonnet
Two-syllable poetic foot
Metrical short-long foot
One of three in "To be or not to be" LA Times Daily 23 Dec 2016
Poetic foot USA Today 21 Nov 2016
Foot in a meter Jonesin 15 Nov 2016
Trochee's counterpart New York Times 11 Nov 2016
Poetic unit of rhythm USA Today 06 Nov 2016
Poetic unit Wall Street Journal 20 Sep 2016
da-DAH New York Times 20 Sep 2016
Two-syllable poetic foot USA Today 24 Jun 2016
Poetic foot Universal 17 Jun 2016
Metrical foot Canadiana 06 Jun 2016
Foot with first sign of infection attended by a doctor The Times Cryptic 19 Apr 2016
Metrical foot, in poetry LA Times Daily 14 Mar 2016
Poet's metrical foot Wall Street Journal 14 Mar 2016
Poetic measure New York Times 08 Mar 2016
One of three in "To be or not to be"
Poetic unit of rhythm
Trochee's counterpart
da-DAH
Two-syllable poetic foot
Poetic foot
Two-syllable poetic foot Universal 24 Oct 2015
Short-long metrical foot The Times Concise 28 Aug 2015
Metrical unit The Telegraph Quick 01 Aug 2015
Metrical foot Eugene Sheffer 27 Jul 2015
Foot, to a poet Universal 26 Jun 2015
Kind of poetic foot USA Today 03 Jun 2015
Kind of poetic foot Universal 15 Apr 2015
'Hurray' or 'alas' New York Times 05 Mar 2015
Metrical foot in poetry Universal 16 Feb 2015
Two-syllable poetic foot
Metrical foot in poetry
One of Shakespeare's feet
Foot, to a poet
Bit of poetic rhythm
Foot that's in a meter?
Kind of poetic foot
"Hurray" or "alas"
Kind of poetic foot
Foot, to a poet
Poetic foot
Poetic foot
Foot used to keep rhythm?
One of four in "As I Was Going to St. Ives"
Poet's foot
A metrical unit
Poetic foot
Pound foot?
Literary foot
Poetic foot
Poetic foot
Shakespeare's foot
Byron's foot?
"Behold" or "arise" in poetry
One foot in a line
Foot in a poem
Two-syllable foot
Foot that's part of a meter
Poetry foot
Two-syllable foot
Hamlet's "To be," for one
Part of a meter
Metrical foot
Foot in a poem
Metric foot
"To be," e.g.
Foot in a meter
One foot, to a poet
Foot in a poem
Vermont but not New Hampshire, e.g.?
One-quarter of "Whose woods these are I think I know"
Foot of verse
One fifth of "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?"
Foot in a poem
One foot, to a poet
Ogden Nash's foot?
Songwriter's poetic meter
Frost's foot
Shakespeare's foot?
Poetic meter unit
Sonnet part
Metrical foot
Frost's foot
Metrical foot
Metrical foot
Foot in a line
Poetic foot
Certain foot
Poet's foot
Two-syllable foot
Metric foot
Metrical unit
Rubaiyat bit
Foot in a sonnet
Hamlet's "To be," e.g.
Songwriter's poetic meter
Foot in a sonnet
Petrarchan unit
Rhythmic foot
Small foot
Small foot
Shelley's foot
Donne's foot
Petrarchan unit
Anapest relative
Literary foot
Anapest relative
Shakespeare's foot?
Two-syllable poetic unit
Metrical foot
Not-so-big foot?
Metric foot
Poetic measure
Metric unit
Sonnet unit
Poet's foot
Metrical foot
Metric foot
Poetic foot
Metrical foot
Rhythmic foot
Poetic measure
Poet's foot
One foot
Foot
Two-syllable foot
Foot in a line
Poet's foot
Poetic foot
Trochee's relative
Foot in a line
Poetic foot
Sonnet unit
Sonnet unit
Two-syllable poetic foot
Poetic foot
Metric unit
Poetic measure
Poet's foot
Metric unit
Foot that's part of a meter
Shakespeare's foot?
Poet's foot
Limerick unit
Poetic foot
Prosodic foot
Metrical foot
Metrical foot
Two-syllable foot
Poetic measure
Prosodic foot
Piece of poetry
Prosodic foot
Shakespeare's foot
Part of a Shakespearean verse, often
Metrical foot
Frost's foot, perhaps
Shakespeare's foot
Relative of an anapest
Kind of poetic foot
Part of a meter
Anapest's relative
Byron's foot?
Da-dum
A foot in a line
Sonnet measure
Certain foot
Part of a meter, maybe
Two-syllable foot
Sonnet part
da-DUM
Foot for Frost
Frost's foot?
Short-long foot
Metrical foot
Verse unit
Bard's foot
Metric foot.
Poetic foot.
Metrical foot.
Poet's measure.
Metrical foot of two syllables.
Relative of a trochee.
Prosodic foot.
Verse foot.
Poetic measure.
Short-long foot in verse.
Poetic foot of two syllables.
Foot in a poem
Beat in poetry
Shakespeare's foot
Two-syllable poetic unit
Verse foot
Pound foot
Poet's foot
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