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

 

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

Zedd
Invariably plain, simple, unaffected or homely.
primal
normal
regular
popular
But not exceptional, special or extraordinary.
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— Tracy Vaughan
Yoda
Usually: Master, who will I become?

Generally, before time you were!
Occasionally, you have not been!
Principally, you are not!
Naturally, you will always be!

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— Florence Valentine
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term usually
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for habitually

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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— Connie Harding
Waka
You are commonly,
and platitudinously
vegetarian.
In a light or slight manner.
under normal conditions.

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— Diana Kemp
Verse (modern)
Usually

If you need a rhyme for usually, you'll eventually find casually.
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— Philip Whitaker
Unitoum
Usually

Commonly
narrow
usually
local

narrow
mourning
local
ratio

mourning
widen
ratio
broaden

widen
usually
broaden
commonly.
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— Alan Maxwell
Tanaka
Up to the present
vegetarian diet
code of behavior
A rule or regulation.
under normal conditions.

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— Ruby Walton
Rondelet
Usually

Ocean current,
a respectful salutation.
Ocean current,
consent to publish agreement.
General consideration,
negative justification.
Ocean current.

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— Phillip Tate
Quinzaine
Usually

Rates can be many degrees.
Honestly, are they?
Can they tire?

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— Eugene Benson
Pi (π)
May I pass a meter, proclaimed so pupils might see
Fully didactic allusions, perhaps nurturing, and oh yes revealed free?
Mostly or simply feel all too apparent. But is lightly?
Generally, often? - or commonly, normally? Darn! I deserted rightly!
I reckon mundanely and sometimes averagely, but broadly ought I
- crank meanings so - summaries drafted with computers spry?
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— Denise Ramsey
Octosyllable
Really willing and constant.
But also middling and instant.
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— Beverly Hardy
Nonet
In a trivial or plain manner
on ordinary occasions
persuasive advertising
acceptance for honor
first stage canopy
in general
as a rule
normal
wont
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— Judy Lambert
Mirror Cinquain
usually
ordinary, usual
pricing, rating, timing
in a general, common, average, public or typical manner
basely
ocean
exhibiting great cunning usually with secrecy
squandering, modifying, intensifying
profound, heavy
deep
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— Bruce Lucas
Limerick
There was a dude from Mount Lemmon,
He wanted a word for common.
      Like hairy mary?
      Or ordinary!
So smart that man from Mount Lemmon.
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— Judith Neal
Kural
Household, par, ordinariness, commonness
Standstill's familiar mediocrities

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— Gerald Garrett
Haiku (terse)
Unexceptional
unceremoniously
ordinarily

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— Joyce Franklin
Haiku (3-word)
Appreciating
recapitulatory
abbreviation

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— Diane Lawson
Haiku (modern)
A community,
current, vulgar, and mundane,
unexceptional!

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— Julie Harvey
Gnomic
Trivially, insignificantly or pettily.
Foully, filthily or dirtily.

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— Arthur Grant
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
plain
common
accustomed
unexceptional
being vulgar or plebeian

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— Dennis Warren
Diamante
Usually
ancestral, akin
prescribing, advising, determining
family, ordinariness ..... blunder, mistake
deceiving, tottering, wandering
intricate, disorderly
aberrant
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— Eric Freeman
Cinquain - Phrasal
usually
commonly encountered
according to instruction
being everyday or quotidian
customary

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— Havel Bennett
Cinquain - Expressional
usually
more commonly
spoken valediction typically
provide models for understanding.
frequently!

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— Sharon Jordan
Butterfly Cinquain
often
several times
proper and adequate
be familiar with somebody
always
a noble face hides filthy ways
exposed conductive part
bandage dressing
frequent
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— Dorothy Ward
Acrostic - Diagonal
Unremarkably
Especially
Routinely
Broadly
Familiarly
Normally
Largely
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— Barbara Nelson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.