Toto Poetry
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Poetic Definitions: illustrious
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Especially bright, radiant, lustrous, refulgent or resplendent.
famous
glorious
eminent
excellent
memorable
remarkable
Certainly not meek, submissive, servile, docile or obedient.
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— Louise Cherry
Yoda
Illustrious: Master, do I have a bright future?

Humble, before time you never were!
Notable, you have been!
Glorious, you are!
Famous, you will always be!

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— Marilyn Gay
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term illustrious
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for hilarious

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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— Howard Harding
Waka
Just like the rulings,
they're uncommonly famous.
Neither meek nor harsh!
Being great, lofty or high.
having or worthy of pride.

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— Aaron Noble
Verse (modern)
Illustrious

If you need something to ryhme with illustrious, think industrious.
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— Aloysius Farrell
Unitoum
Illustrious

Brightness
loosen
mustard
weaken

loosen
honor
weaken
colza

honor
perish
colza
injure

perish
mustard
injure
brightness.
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— Judy Conway
Tanaka
Financially sound
place of natural beauty
in fourteen languages
Put forth new flowers on ears,
of the highest quality.

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— Benjamin Rich
Rondelet
Illustrious

Best possible,
editorial management.
Best possible,
independent variable.
Fundamental ingredient,
variety entertainment.
Best possible.

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— Mildred Wyatt
Quinzaine
Illustrious

Dears can be several pets.
Can you believe it?
Are they fond?

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— Keith Mckenzie
Pi (π)
Can I fake a pulse, committed so beings might see
Fully pleasing innuendos, notably imparting, and oh but conveyed free?
Worthy or choice seem all too manifest. But is nailing?
Principal, lofty? - or striking, majestic? Darn! I deserted tailing!
I ponder exquisite and otherwise expensive, but happily ought I
- speak concepts so - abstracts fetched with computers spry?
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— Gloria Hammond
Octosyllable
Really airy and royal.
But also hairy and loyal.
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— Albert Goodwin
Nonet
noun classifier for machine guns
being glorious or brilliant
extraordinary session
deserving of respect
considerable
illustrious
notable
famous
grand
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— Diane Tate
Mirror Cinquain
illustrious
eminent, famous
watching, preserving, observing
characterized by greatness, nobleness, etc.
crackerjack
beau
being fine, excellent, exquisite, splendid or first-class
suffering, pricking, tolerating
great, nifty
dandy
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— Marie Baldwin
Limerick
There was a young gal from Luper,
She needed a word for super.
      Such as equipment?
      No, it's excellent!
So smart that woman from Luper.
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— PÓdraig Benson
Kural
Brightness, fame, celebrity, mustard
Notability's eminent distinctions

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— Amanda Love
Haiku (terse)
Extraordinary
general delivery
considerable

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— Amy Lucas
Haiku (3-word)
Identifying
supererogatory
eccentricity

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— Anna Lambert
Haiku (modern)
Famed, great, fine and bright,
splendid, lustrous, and noble,
considerable!

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— Pamela Dawson
Gnomic
Being respectable, honourable or venerable.
Being friendly, affable or amiable.
Being tasty, delicious or palatable.

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— Shirley Neal
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
famed
famous
excellent
considerable

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— Kimberly Harvey
Diamante
Illustrious
obvious, luminous
exulting, boasting, rejoicing
brightness, glory ..... base, crush
subjugating, quashing, demolishing
shameful, dishonorable
humble
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— Brian Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
illustrious
inspiring fear
telephone charge ticket
conferring luster or honor
glorious

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— Maria Carter
Cinquain - Expressional
illustrious
and celebrated
for their excellent
man distinguished himself much.
glorious!

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— Edward Bennett
Butterfly Cinquain
lovely
not difficult
telephone charge ticket
strictly relative in nature
handsome
as a takeaway from the booth
delicate and pretty
concluding piece
charming
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— David Nelson
Acrostic - Prefix
 Infrequent
lofty
lustrous
unusual
splendid
tremendous
renowned
infamous
ostentatious
uncommon
splendiferous
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— Mary Davis
Acrostic - Diagonal
Importantly
Glorious
Celebrated
Proud
Nonesuch
Brightness
Extraordinarily
Reputation
Scrumptious
High-coloured
Vernaculars
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— Patricia Lewis

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.