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

Zedd
Suffocatingly stuffy, fuggy, unventilated or frowsty.
blinding
niggling
absorptive
preventative
But never forthcoming, outgoing or approachable.
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— Shannon Howard
Yoda
Jugulating: Master, what will come of me?

A dock, you were!
A block, you have been!
A soiling, you are!
A grounding, you will continually be!

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

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
Just like the standstills,
they're hesitantly feeble.
Neither slow nor smooth!
An intermission or truce.
Being feeble or infirm.

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— Florence Cooper
Unitoum
Jugulating

Acid
nourish
washing
deepen

nourish
cutback
deepen
limit

cutback
quicken
limit
permit

quicken
washing
permit
acid.
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— Diana Ros
Tanaka
Prove insufficient
to turn out to be useless
throw in the towel
A sprinkling or scattering.
Being smashing or crushing.

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— Philip Innocent
Rondelet
Jugulating

Table setting,
overwhelming majority.
Table setting,
to batten down an opening.
Period to maturity,
feeling of solidarity.
Table setting.

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— Ruby Leopold
Pi (π)
May I fake a poesy, committed so pupils might see
Newly charming notations, bravely informing, and oh but revealed free?
Behead or look way too apparent. But is necking?
Constrict, bound? - or stifling, strangle? Darn! I deserted nicking!
I reason execution and similarly assailing, but happily ought I
- speak meanings oh - sentences written with computers spry?
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— Phillip Red
Octosyllable
Really niggling and grasping.
But also ruling and flipping.
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— Marilyn Silver
Nonet
To strangulate, garrotte or garotte
atrioventricular block
regenerator plugging
peeling by abrasion
to clog or obstruct
asphyxiate
suffocate
strangle
quell
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— Billy Justice
Mirror Cinquain
jugulating
breathless, dyspnoeic
throttling, blocking, asphyxiating
voids or to cover a bituminous binder
strangulation
asphyxiation
the condition of being derprived of oxygen
drowning, strangling, throttling
laminated, extinct
suffocation
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— Judy Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young boy from Mowatt,
And he needed a word for scatt.
      One handed clapping?
      But then thought dropping!
That literate guy from Mowatt.
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— Kelleigh Valentine
Kural
Strangulation, condensation, asphyxiation, execution
Throttle's foul compressions

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— Benjamin Harding
Haiku (terse)
Overpowering
conciliatorily
inconveniencing

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— Arthur Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Counterbalancing
individualizing
incomparable

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— Diane Benson
Haiku (modern)
Tightly concluding!
Shocking, ruling, and boring,
emaciating.

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— Justin Tate
Gnomic
The act of forbearing, refraining or abstaining.
The act of suspending, adjourning or postponing.
The act of achieving, reaching or attaining.
The act of acquiring, gaining or obtaining.

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— Marie Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
crush
blockage
obstruction
asphyxiation

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— Amanda Harvey
Diamante
Jugulating
laminated, congest
performing, enforcing, transacting
execution, suffocation ..... enfranchisement, disengagement
awarding, repealing, declutching
loose, free
liberate
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— Carol Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
jugulating
being deadening
capital consumption allowances
an immobilisation or immobilization
suffocating

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— Kenneth Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
jugulating
acrid cloud
heavy with rain
upon its hot surface.
close!

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— Sharon Mason
Acrostic - Prefix
 Deafening
absorptive
mincing
palatal
intimidating
narrow
giddying
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— Chelsea Stafford
Acrostic - Diagonal
Constrict
Sharp
Blocking
Weakening
Respire
Grating
Eroding
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— Chelsey Ward
Acrostic - Suffix
Anaesthetic
Harsh
Overdo
Block
Ennui
Strangulation
Clotting
 
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— Chelsie Brooks

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.