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

Zedd
Particularly distasteful or obnoxious.
sharper
crisper
blanker
franker
Certainly not biased or tendentious.
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— Freddy Howard
Yoda
Orbiter: Master, what is my future?

A courser, you were!
A bowler, you have been!
A flutterer, you are!
A hoverer, you will continually be!

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

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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— Antonia Foster
Waka
Just like salients,
they're unceremonious.
Never angular!
A crook, rogue, knave or rascal.
Being vivid or vibrant.

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— Kendra Cooper
Verse (modern)
Orbiter

My favorite words that rhyme with orbiter are arbiter, inhibitor, exhibitor, and accelerometer.
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— Latoya Marshal
Unitoum
Orbiter

Trip
manage
bungler
ambush

manage
charger
ambush
detonator

charger
elevate
detonator
gain

elevate
bungler
gain
trip.
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— Antoinette Ros
Tanaka
Mantlet Mantua
gyromagnetic device
rolling stock unit
A worker on sewed muslin.
scottish archaeologist.

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— Flora Innocent
Rondelet
Orbiter

Turning machine,
analytical description.
Turning machine,
circuit of an electric line.
Low frequency deviation,
monetary circulation.
Turning machine.

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— Harriet Leopold
Quinzaine
Orbiter

Poetry avoids orbits.
Have they orbited?
Can they fix?

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— Hattie Leith
Pi (π)
May I pass a poesy, proclaimed so crowds might see
Newly charming allusions, merrily informing, and oh but conveyed free?
Pather or turner look all too absolute. But is rounder?
Careerist, zoner? - or revolver, follower? Damn! I neglected wounder!
I wonder satellite and otherwise off-track, but broadly ought I
- given concepts so - sentences crafted from computers spry?
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— Fredrick Red
Octosyllable
Really worthless and roundish.
But also useless and sottish.
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— Freddie Silver
Nonet
A courser, router or processor
a liner, ranger or threader
a climber or arriviste
a tracker or printer
perambulator
professionals
recorder
trader
cart
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— Erika Justice
Mirror Cinquain
orbiter
familier, steeper
clothing, bushing, sheeting
a ranker, ranger, sequencer or orderer
rower
battler
being combatant, belligerent or trigger-happy
fighting, contending, struggling
aggressive, glummer
struggler
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— Leah Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young girl from Turner,
She wanted a word for burner.
      Pennis the menace?
      But then thought furnace!
So smart that lady from Turner.
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— Erik Valentine
Kural
Cycle, realm, scope, ambit
Land's plain rails

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— Tonya Harding
Haiku (terse)
Perambulator
artificial satellite
circularizer

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— Derek Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Accommodating
valetudinarian
insurrectionist

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— Erica Benson
Haiku (modern)
Evokes a thickness,
For so many, more worse,
confines and heavens.

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— Beatrice Tate
Gnomic
An assembler, gatherer or collector.
A Guider, conductor or director.
An influencer, effector or impactor.

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— Oscar Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
winch
tourist
wanderer
articulator

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— Frederick Harvey
Diamante
Orbiter
beautiful, elegant
fructifying, prospering, unfolding
liner, flower ..... becker, flower
fructifying, prospering, unfolding
dignified, eminent
trickler
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— Philip Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
orbiter
race horse
one who hunts
a bedder or bunker
chaser

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— Henry Harrison
Cinquain - Expressional
orbiter
has face
the boat took
ship and being come.
rougher!

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— Fred Oz
Butterfly Cinquain
liner
covering soil
corrugated built up
intermediate size plug tap
facing
outer ball guide of the bearing
fibre optics cladding
spray coverage
facer
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— Eric Perry
Acrostic - Prefix
 Off-track
rounder
baser
inter-track
trackable
enthral
rotund
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— Donald Harris
Acrostic - Diagonal
Off-track
Tracker
Webber
Plainer
Rotator
Fielder
Courser
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— Donna Walker

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.