Crossword Clues for IAMBI

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Clue Source Date
Setter's perhaps half-straight feet? The Guardian Cryptic 24 Aug 2022
“She walks in beauty, like the night” feet Wall Street Journal 01 Jun 2022
There are five ____ in a typical line of Shakespeare The Times Specialist Sunday 07 Mar 2021
One cartoon character missing head and feet The Telegraph Toughie 21 Oct 2020
Poetic feet The Washington Post 15 Sep 2020
Poetic feet LA Times Daily 15 Sep 2020
Poetic pairs LA Times Daily 23 Aug 2020
Poetic pairs The Washington Post 23 Aug 2020
Fancy way of saying 'feet'? Jonesin 02 Jun 2020
Frost-y feet? The Washington Post 01 May 2019
Frost-y feet? LA Times Daily 01 May 2019
Frost-y feet?
Some metrical feet Universal 27 Nov 2018
Sonnet line fivesome The Washington Post 31 Oct 2018
Sonnet line fivesome LA Times Daily 31 Oct 2018
Poetic feet Universal 16 Sep 2018
Metrical foot Universal 27 Jan 2018
Metrical feet Universal 18 Jan 2018
Metrical feet
Metrical foot
Poetic feet
Some metrical feet
Sonnet line fivesome
Metrical feet The Telegraph Quick 03 Nov 2017
Some feet New York Times 15 Oct 2017
Metrical feet Wall Street Journal 26 Apr 2017
Some feet
Poetic feet Wall Street Journal 10 Dec 2016
'Whose woods these are I think I know' has four New York Times 08 Nov 2016
Poetic feet Newsday 20 Oct 2016
William bicycles -- feet getting stuck The Telegraph Cryptic 22 Apr 2016
Feature of William? Big feet! The Times Cryptic 31 Mar 2016
Giant's description of himself, briefly: more than one foot? The Times Cryptic 24 Feb 2016
"Whose woods these are I think I know" has four
Metrical units Universal 02 Nov 2015
Film theatre The Times Concise 14 Sep 2015
'But, soft! What light through yonder window breaks?,' e.g New York Times 26 Jul 2015
Poets' feet Universal 11 Jun 2015
Metrical units
"But, soft! What light through yonder window breaks?," e.g.
Poetic feet
Poets' feet
Poet's feet
There are usually five in a sonnet line
Poetic metrical units
Metrical feet
Metric poetic feet
Feet in some meters
Literary feet
Common sonnet line quintet
Literary feet
Stressed feet, in poetry
Verse units
Feet in some meters (Var.)
Poetic feet
Shakespeare's feet
Feet in a line
Poetic feet
Metrical feet
Short feet
Poet's feet
Common sonnet line quintet
Poet's feet
Common sonnet line quintet
I am near big feet (5)
Poetic metrical units (Var.)
Units in a poem
Pentameter pieces, perhaps
There are usually five in a sonnet line
Metric poetic feet
There are usually five in a sonnet line
Metric feet
Verse units
Poetic feet
Verse units
Metrical feet
Metrical feet
Metric feet
Metric feet
Feet in a line
Metrical feet
Metrical units
Poetic metrical feet
Poetic feet
Poets' feet
Metrical feet
Metrical feet
Feet in some meters
Stressed feet, in poetry
Poet's feet
Horace's Epodes
Metric feet
Metric feet: L.
Poetic feet
Poetic measures
Opposites of trochees
Poetic feet
Metrical feet.
Metrical feet: Lat.
Poetic feet.
Feet of two syllables.
Metric feet.
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