Word "METRE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
rhythm as given by division into parts of equal duration
Synonyms:
meter, time

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
(prosody) the accent in a metrical foot of verse
Synonyms:
beat, cadence, measure, meter

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the basic unit of length adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites (approximately 1.094 yards)
Synonyms:
m, meter

Crossword Clues for METRE

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Clue Source Date
Poetic rhythm The Times Concise 12 Apr 2022
Unit of length The Times Concise 28 Feb 2022
Unit of length The Times Concise 20 Dec 2021
Unit of length Irish Times Simplex 28 Aug 2021
Unit of length Irish Times Simplex 19 Aug 2021
Approximately 39 inches Irish Times Simplex 15 May 2021
39.37 inches, in Ipswich The Washington Post 23 Apr 2021
39.37 inches, in Ipswich LA Times Daily 23 Apr 2021
Unit of length Irish Times Simplex 21 Apr 2021
It's about a yard, in England Family Time 12 Apr 2021
Yard successor Canadiana 18 Jan 2021
Standardised unit Wall Street Journal 28 Nov 2020
39.37 inches The Sun Two Speed 13 Aug 2020
Initially massive tree chopped for length The Sun Two Speed 13 Aug 2020
Ran into heads of regulatory enforcement from The Yard, for example? Irish Times Crosaire 25 Jul 2020
Mike chopped tree for length The Sun Two Speed 20 May 2020
39.37 inches The Telegraph Quick 11 Feb 2020
Male chopped tree for length The Sun Two Speed 21 Nov 2019
Length unit The Telegraph Quick 09 Nov 2019
London length Family Time 02 Sep 2019
London length unit Premier Sunday 02 Jun 2019
39.37 inches, in Liverpool The Washington Post 27 May 2019
Measure of Man Newsday 13 Apr 2019
Reading measure Wall Street Journal 14 Feb 2019
39.37 inches, in Liverpool
Reading measure
Unit of length The Times Concise 20 Aug 2018
39.37 inches, to a Brit Universal 20 Nov 2017
Time in simple measure The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Nov 2017
Metric unit Canadiana 19 Jun 2017
Canadian length measure Newsday 11 Jun 2017
Scotland yard? The Chronicle of Higher Education 10 Mar 2017
British unit of length LA Times Daily 09 Jan 2017
British unit of length
39.37 inches, to a Brit
Scotland yard?
Length unit, to 4-Across USA Today 07 Dec 2016
Is more than three feet from Booth leaving mother-to-be Irish Times Crosaire 13 Oct 2016
London length measure Newsday 12 Oct 2016
Tribesmen drop bins over the yard Irish Times Crosaire 11 Oct 2016
British distance measure Newsday 03 Aug 2016
1.094 yards The Guardian Speedy 24 Jul 2016
What involves stress encountered by soldiers The Times Cryptic 15 Jun 2016
Home treatment offers this measure The Telegraph Cryptic 25 May 2016
Approx 39 inches Irish Times Simplex 21 May 2016
About 39 inches, in England New York Times 18 Apr 2016
Downing Street distance The Washington Post 02 Apr 2016
Unit of length The Telegraph Quick 27 Feb 2016
Just over a yard The Sun Two Speed 06 Feb 2016
Measure taken by gourmet repulsive The Sun Two Speed 06 Feb 2016
Characteristic of feet as measure of length The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Jan 2016
Dover distance LA Times Daily 18 Oct 2015
100cm The Guardian Quick 17 Oct 2015
This measure satisfied the engineers The Times Cryptic 17 Jun 2015
39.37 inches, to a Brit Premier Sunday 15 Feb 2015
39.37 inches, to a Brit
Dover distance
Tour de France distance
Length of Vancouver Island?
Manchester measurement
London length
Gaol yard?
Feature of Wordsworth's poetry
British unit of length
Poetic beat for Keats
Distance unit, in Dover
Powderfinger "The ___"
Dublin distance
Number of syllables in a line, to Brits
About 39 inches, in England
About 39 inches, in England
Londoner's length unit
London length
Londoner's length unit
Cambridge measure
Derby distance
It's around a yard around Buckingham Palace
39-plus inches, in Britain
Measure in Manchester
Reading rhythm
Manchester measurement
39.37 inches, in England
39.37 inches, in Britain
Scotland yard?
Downing Street distance
London length
British measure
Scotland yard?
Three feet plus, to a Brit
Coleridge's cadence
About a yard, at Scotland Yard
Dover dash unit
Scotland yard?
Oxford measure
London length
Scotland Yard yard?
Brit's length
39.37 inches, in England
Bristol beat
British standard measurement
39.37 inches, in England
Bristol beat
Concern for Keats
Londoner's length unit
Mass : kilogramme :: length : ___
Devonshire distance
English distance
Reading unit?
39+ inches, in Britain
British unit
Distance in Devonshire
British unit
39.37 inches, in Edmonton
Length unit in Lyon
Over a yard, in England
39.37 inches, to a Brit
Canadian length
Cadence
What some British poetry has
39.37 inches
British measure
Scotland yard, approximately
Derbyshire distance
British unit
Unit of length, in London
Manchester measurement
Derby distance
British measurement
39.37 inches, to a Brit
39.7 inches in London
British length measure
Three feet plus, to Brits
Scotland yard?
Distance, in Devon
Scotland yard, approximately
Scotland Yard yard?
Devon distance
About a yard, in York
39.37 inches to 6 Down
London length
Yard in Perth
British measure
Scotland yard?
British unit of length
In Britain, 39.37 inches
About 39 inches in Soho
Verse for Keats
Distance for Coe
Verse rhythm for Keats
Concern of Spender or Spenser
British verse measure
Rhythmic structure for Shelley
French measure
Rhythm for Wordsworth
English poet's concern
About 39 inches in England
A concern of Coleridge
British track-meet measure
European measure
Rhythm
Rhythm, to John Donne
Rhythm, in England
Unit of length
Fr. measure
Rhythm, in Soho
Measure in Europe
Rhythm, in Britain
Rhythm.
Unit of length.
Rhythm, British style.
French measure.
Cadence.
A charm of poetry.
Poetic cadence.
Poet's concern.
Poetic structure.
Unit of length: Brit. sp.
Rhythmic pattern.
Measure of length.
Poetic measure: Var.
Poetic beat.
Concern of 70 Down.
39.37 inches in France.
Rhythm, in England.
Rhythmic structure.
Rhythmic beat.
39.37 inches.
French unit of measure.
Distance to be run.
Element of poetry.
Rhythmic verse pattern.
Verbal rhythm.
Rhythmic arrangement of words.
Yard in York, roughly
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