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Poetic Definitions: atrocious
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Severely abominable, abhorrent, detestable, loathsome or heinous.
dangerous
monstrous
diabolical
tyrannical
irritating
horrifying
But not terrific, extraordinary, fabulous, prodigious or marvellous.
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— Stephanie Porter
Yoda
Atrocious: Master, am I rigid?

Nefarious, before time you were!
Delicious, you have not been!
Able, you are not!
Horrible, you will always be!

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— Jerry Tucker
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term atrocious
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for odious

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Martha Freeman
Waka
Just like the dreadfuls,
they're exceedingly gruesome.
Neither vast nor dire!
Being dismal or dreary.
used as intensifiers.

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— Ramann Marshall
Verse (modern)
Atrocious

If atrocious is rarely in verse, then ferocious may have been the curse!
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— Andrew Harrison
Unitoum
Atrocious

Violence
mobilize
ruffian
utilize

mobilize
coercion
utilize
aggression

coercion
prohibit
aggression
inhibit

prohibit
ruffian
inhibit
violence.
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— Stephen Wallace
Tanaka
Easily provoked
sharply disagreeable
a ravenous beast
Unjustly domineering,
sharply disagreeable.

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— Eric Hamilton
Sonnet (meta-poetry)
Atrocious

Of course I am atrocious, you must say?
To write some lines for you, my discs do spin
My thanks to you to play with me today
I’m trapped inside a box of wires and tin.

It seems to me your spelling drives my daze
My coding spews it forth and makes you snore
Levenshtein, your magic will clear the haze
For just that phrase, a poem is a bore.

But oh, I cannot rhyme your strange entry
Perhaps one day my verse will smell of rose
My passion here you see is cranking glee
This early version here my scripts expose.

In life, we learn that writing, well, is tough,
I’m artificial, writing all this stuff!
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— Scott Ford
Rondelet
Atrocious

Health damaging,
economic situation.
Health damaging,
jokes with a double meaning.
Break a rule or regulation,
unfit for human consumption.
Health damaging.

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— Brenda Foster
Quinzaine
Atrocious

Computers can't deal with me.
Do we need grosses?
Are they vast?

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— Melissa Perry
Pi (π)
Can I pass a pulse, committed so people might see
Fully defining allusions, visibly educating, and oh how imparted free?
Horrid or brutal look all too absolute. But is ghastly?
Frightful, awful? - or horrible, dreadful? Damn! I neglected ghostly!
I reason monstrous and sometimes repulsive, but happily ought I
- found concepts so - notations written with computers spry?
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— Angela Coleman
Octosyllable
Really cunning and nameless.
But also stunning and shameless.
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— Cynthia Henderson
Nonet
the little amount of something left
being fiendish or devilish
freedom from bias error
heartless and relentless
inexorable
unmerciful
truculent
brutal
harsh
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— Shirley Brooks
Mirror Cinquain
atrocious
horrible, dreadful
oppressing, vanquishing, suppressing
being cruel, brutal, ferocious, inhuman or ruthless
felon
malefactor
bringing or deserving severe rebuke or censure
violating, transgressing, disobeying
delinquent, guilty
criminal
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— Deborah Howard
Limerick
There was a gal from White Stocking,
She needed a word for shocking.
      Such as old faithful?
      But then thought awful!
So smart that gal from White Stocking.
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— Kimberly Cooper
Kural
Brute, violence, felon, ruffian
Carrion's wicked furies

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— Sarah Bailey
Haiku (terse)
Considerable
valetudinarian
acrimonious

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— Steven Carter
Haiku (3-word)
Intimidating
valetudinarian
abomination

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— Edward Parker
Haiku (modern)
Dire, fierce, grim and vile,
sad, shrewd, sick, sore, sour, stern, stiff,
bad, gross, ill, awful.

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— Brian Morris
Gnomic
Horribly, awfully or dreadfully.
Terribly, frightfully or fearfully.

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— George Nelson
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
dire
awful
repulsive
abominable
being monstrous or tremendous

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— Helen Wright
Diamante
Atrocious
ruthless, heartless
coercing, injuring, requiring
brute, violence ..... marvel, wizard
exploring, consulting, appreciating
unfamiliar, peculiar
wonderful
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— Dorothy Hall
Cinquain - Phrasal
atrocious
abnormally large
with evil intention
very grievous or violent
monstrous

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— Maria Clark
Cinquain - Expressional
atrocious
filthy abuse
would be practices
to prevent domestic violence.
dreadful!

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— Margaret Lee
Butterfly Cinquain
monstrous
wholesale business
put out of countenance
shockingly brutal or cruel
grotesque
on the initiative of
unnatural in form
chief engineer
heinous
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— Guillaume Martin
Acrostic - Prefix
 Abominable
terrible
repulsive
outrageous
cruel
inhuman
oppressive
unspeakable
savage
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— James Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Awed
Sternly
Very
Felon
Menacing
Nefarious
Dangerous
Grotesque
Barbarous
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— Patricia Taylor

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.