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

Zedd
Playfully chaste or unostentatious.
pungent
violent
dashing
piercing
Rarely accidental or adventitious.
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— Lóránt Ace
Yoda
Lunge: Master, can I change?

A hydrophobia, before time you were!
An area, you have not been!
A facet, you are not!
A bayonet, you will always be!

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— Lucy Austen
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term lunge
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for longe

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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— Glen Merton
Waka
Just like the nothings,
they're precipitately damp.
Not aggregative!
To smash, shatter, break or crush.
A crash, bump, bang or banger.

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— Sally River
Verse (modern)
Lunge

Lunge is a word that sings; it rhymes with grunge.
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— Lynn Ros
Unitoum
Lunge

Brunt
captivate
sink
vacate

captivate
momentum
vacate
jam

momentum
preclude
jam
fasten

preclude
sink
fasten
brunt.
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— Clifford Rio
Tanaka
Break into pieces
to cause something to fly out
decline markedly
A shock, quickie or impact.
Being shocking or jarring.

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— Jamie Sloane
Rondelet
Lunge

Forward motion,
make a thrusting forward movement.
Forward motion,
benevolent contribution.
Dynamics of a document,
musical accompaniment.
Forward motion.

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— Lesly Milburn
Quinzaine
Lunge

Can be rarely in poems.
Are they sarcastic?
Will they shake?

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— Bernard Ridley
Pi (π)
Can I pass a pulse, published so beings might see
Terse charming notations, however informing, and oh but revealed free?
Thrust or plunge seem all too apparent. But is fluster?
Excursion, cleft? - or movement, momentum? Oops! I neglected flutter!
I reckon invective and certainly titillate, but broadly ought I
- found meanings so - notations drafted from computers spry?
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— Chile Carlisle
Octosyllable
Really poignant and binding.
But also trenchant and grasping.
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— Shannon Rowland
Nonet
to progress suddenly and quickly
a locomotion or movement
a crevice, chink or cranny
a groove, ditch or furrow
acrimonious
titillating
virulent
stormy
cleft
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— Jacob Giles
Mirror Cinquain
lunge
intense, fierce
pouncing, jumping, hurtling
make a thrusting forward movement
dive
duck
to cover or overflow with water
burying, dousing, engulfing
profound, heavy
submerge
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— Posy Osborne
Limerick
There was a young guy from Turrell,
He wanted a word for outwell.
      Such as shooting range?
      But then thought lunge!
That literate man from Turrell.
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— Cindy Maxwell
Kural
Dive, leap, force, stuff
Jab's fierce momentums

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— Jimmy Walton
Haiku (terse)
Radio station
heterogeneity
immorality

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— Jacqueline Wade
Haiku (3-word)
Invalidating
individualizing
considerable

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— Julia Lambert
Haiku (modern)
A spiritedness,
vivid, trenchant, and stormy,
tempestuousness.

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— Craig Moss
Gnomic
A fury, wrath or indignation.
A combustion, ignition or inflammation.

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— Beverly Austin
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
dash
fissure
buttonhole
precipitation
a locomotion or movement

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— Adam Hudson
Diamante
Lunge
gallant, underwater
dousing, submerging, immersing
foin, plunge ..... side, grain
overstretching, plucking, pulling
incidental, closest
surface
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— Doris Marshall
Cinquain - Phrasal
lunge
push upward
shake and check
to ditch or furrow
thrust

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— Cynthia Brooks
Cinquain - Expressional
lunge
and lunge
drove the bayonet
will ever be remembered.
horned!

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— Arthur Jordan
Butterfly Cinquain
attack
descend upon
reduce to submission
penetration into the root
assault
downward leg of trajectory
assault and battery
strong criticism
seizure
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— Christopher Cooper
Acrostic - Prefix
 Lively
unsteady
nifty
gallant
exquisite
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— James Parker
Acrostic - Diagonal
Leap
Jump
Pungent
Stagger
Force
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— Linda Stewart
Acrostic - Suffix
Hurl
Bandeau
Foin
Dashing
Exquisite
 
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— Joseph Reed

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.