"Poetic form featuring lexical repetition rather than rhyme" Crossword Clue

Author: Olivia Langford
Last Updated: 25 Oct 2023

"Poetic form featuring lexical repetition rather than rhyme" NYT crossword answer is:

SESTINA (7 letters length)

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The poetic form featuring lexical repetition rather than rhyme is known as a "climaxing couplet," which is a type of couplet where the words in the second line repeat or echo the words in the first line. This form of poetry is often used to emphasize a certain point or idea and can be found in many classic works of literature. It is also a popular form of poetry for modern poets, who use it to create a sense of rhythm and flow in their work.

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