Toto Poetry
~ A Poetry Dictionary ~
toto, adj. (Latin) altogether, complete, universal.
poetry, n. (English) metrical composition.

 

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

Zedd
Unimaginatively classic or exemplary.
pure
sure
atypical
classical
No, never unusual or extraordinary.
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— Shannon Howard
Yoda
Idiomatically: Master, am I unique?

Conversationally, thoughout history you were!
Individually, you have been!
Formally, you are not!
Dialectally, you will ceaselessly be!

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— Edith Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word idiomatically
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for typically

But wait, I promise an Epigram
     more fitting for this word.
When I receive a better program,
     for now it's just absurd!
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— Curtis Foster
Waka
You are commonly,
and representatively
individual.
Being outright, sheer or stark.
in a typical manner.

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— Florence Cooper
Verse (modern)
Idiomatically

Need an ending verse for idiomatically? Please consider using axiomatically.
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— Connie Marshal
Unitoum
Idiomatically

Purely
learned
wildly
formal

learned
conscience
formal
honor

conscience
injured
honor
bulldozed

injured
wildly
bulldozed
purely.
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— Diana Ros
Tanaka
With sincerity
in a unworldly manner
I really do
In a fine or raw manner.
Being damn, darned or damning.

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— Philip Innocent
Rondelet
Idiomatically

Past usefulness,
a respectful salutation.
Past usefulness,
given to habits of lewdness.
General consideration,
train that stops at every station.
Past usefulness.

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— Ruby Leopold
Pi (π)
Can I make a verse, committed so pupils might see
Newly cheerful summaries, plainly educating, and oh yes evermore free?
Proper or likely feel all too absolute. But is roundly?
Generally, fully? - or commonly, normally? Damn! I neglected soundly!
I reckon naturally and therefore averagely, but plainly ought I
- speak concepts so - sentences crafted from equations spry?
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— Phillip Red
Octosyllable
Really sure and typical.
But also pure and classical.
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— Marilyn Silver
Nonet
hitting a brick wall doing sixty
free of show or affectation
in a raw or fine manner
beyond peradventure
undeniable
unaffected
obvious
distinct
plain
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— Billy Justice
Mirror Cinquain
idiomatically
particular, definite
expressing, including, questioning
in an unambiguous, broad, perspicuous, lucid or pellucid manner
minute
time
importance, as in influence or effect
executing, fulfilling, interpreting
heartless, oppressive
moment
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— Judy Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young girl from Wilgus,
She needed a word for vulgus.
      Such as zamboner?
      No, it's commoner!
That literate gal from Wilgus.
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— Kelleigh Valentine
Kural
Expression, formulation, slang, crash
Dash's conversational naturals

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— Benjamin Harding
Haiku (terse)
Dialectally
characteristically
vernacularly

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— Arthur Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Initiating
valetudinarian
eliminator

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— Diane Benson
Haiku (modern)
Dialectical!
Peculiar, and natural,
But never precise.

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— Justin Tate
Gnomic
Appropriately, pertinently or suitably.
Terrifically, tremendously or formidably.

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— Marie Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
phrase
instinct
commoner

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— Amanda Harvey
Diamante
Idiomatically
lower, plainer
reducing, acquiring, checking
master, commoner ..... isolation, departure
leaving, going, passing
foliaged, aloof
distant
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— Carol Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
idiomatically
with difficulty
in open appearance
in a grievous manner
ceremoniously

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— Kenneth Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
idiomatically
something usually
proved peculiarly attractive
conveying instruction so naturally.
generally!

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— Sharon Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
unique
not difficult
trickle of customers
polyphase squirrel cage motors
only
not used for intended purpose
switched virtual circuits
master copy
alone
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— Maria Bennett
Acrostic - Diagonal
Informally
Adequately
Unique
Becomingly
Landmark
Naturally
Dialectally
Colloquially
Eccentrically
Traditional
Particularly
Spontaneously
Fundamentally
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— Barbara Ward

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.