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Rhopalʹic Verse (wedgs-verse)

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A line in which each successive word has more syllables than the one preceding it (Greek, rhopalon, a club, which from the handle to the top grows bigger.)

Rem tibi confeci, doctissime, dulcisonorum,

Spes deus æternæ-est stationis conʹciliator.

Hope ever solaces miserable individuals.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Rhadamanthos
Rhampsinitos
Rhapsody
Rhene
Rhine or Rhineland
Rhino
Rhodalind
Rhodian Bully (The)
Rhodian Law
Rhone
Rhopalic Verse (wedgs-verse)
Rhyme
Rhymer
Rhyming to Death
Ribaldry
Ribbon Dodge (The)
Ribbonism
Ribston Pippin
Ricardo
Ricciardetto
Rice Christians