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

Zedd
Accurately palatable, toothsome, savoury, luscious or delicious.
boozy
woozy
youthful
cheerful
pie-eyed
cockeyed
But neither showy, gaudy, tawdry, flamboyant nor meretricious.
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— Ros Howard
Yoda
Winy: Master, am I rigid?

Drunk, before creation you were!
Alcoholic, you have been!
Bibulous, you are!
Spirituous, you will unendingly be!

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

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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— Ksawery Foster
Waka
Just like the nasties,
they're impudently recent.
Not widely unsound!
A flood, spate, flux or torrent.
of a kind not seen before.

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— Aurora Cooper
Unitoum
Winy

Water
vaporized
moisture
perished

vaporized
damp
perished
humid

damp
shrivel
humid
quench

shrivel
moisture
quench
water.
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— Abel Ros
Tanaka
Sea undulation
sound of escaping laughter
to humidify
Being sappy or juicy.
lenient and broad-minded.

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— Cecelia Innocent
Rondelet
Winy

What's happening,
vivid as imagination.
What's happening,
jokes with a double meaning.
Free from sepsis or infection,
economic situation.
What's happening.

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— Bryant Leopold
Quinzaine
Winy

Can be rarely in poems.
Are they unrestrained?
Will they give?

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— Lynne Leith
Pi (π)
Can I pass a metre, committed so people might see
Newly defining allusions, forever informing, and oh how conveyed free?
Vinous or chilly look way too apparent. But is codling?
Inebriate, fresh? - or culpable, tasteful? Oops! I neglected cooling!
I reckon untainted and certainly outgoings, but broadly ought I
- found meanings so - innuendos crafted with equations spry?
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— Shelia Red
Octosyllable
Really slender and boozy.
But also tender and woozy.
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— Bridget Silver
Nonet
Being immature, unripe or raw
self-recording hygrometer
alcoholic beverage
to receive benefits
inebriated
saturated
watery
humid
damp
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— Abraham Justice
Mirror Cinquain
winy
soggy, rainy
dabbling, sousing, moisturizing
a sprinkle, splash, spatter, spray or drizzle
moistness
humidity
being sorrowful, doleful, mournful, woeful or heartbroken
subduing, disheartening, weakening
moist, humid
damp
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— Kayla Vaughan
Limerick
There was a gal from Hogarty,
She wanted a word for hearty.
      Such as red special?
      But then thought cordial!
That smart woman from Hogarty.
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— Lynda Valentine
Kural
Inebriate, outlay, expenditure, fee
Chiller's vinous originals

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— Cecilia Harding
Haiku (terse)
Intoxicated
materialization
humidifying

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— Tara Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Accelerating
individualizing
uncultivated

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— Javier Benson
Haiku (modern)
Wet, fresh, crisp and lush,
dewy, cordial, and breezy,
recently airy.

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— Belinda Tate
Gnomic
A phlegm, sputum or expectoration.
An accouchement, childbirth or parturition.

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— Lynn Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
cool
chilly
forgiving
inebriated
being guilty or culpable

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— Sheila Harvey
Diamante
Winy
plunger, hollower
dropping, riffling, toppling
waterfall, dipper ..... problem, trouble
pestering, distracting, incommoding
nasty, knotty
hard
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— Julia Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
winy
guilty person
overtaken with drink
being spirituous or alcoholic
intoxicant

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— Mildred Giles
Cinquain - Expressional
winy
or humid
climates and moist
looked almost as fresh.
soggy!

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— Howard Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
expense
overhead costs
no load operation
a detriment or sacrifice
outlay
price and support information
or record of service
natural gifts
amount
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— Keith Hammond
Acrostic - Prefix
 Vinegary
ingest
nasty
original
untainted
steady
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— Linda Howard
Acrostic - Diagonal
Vervain
Pickled
Banged
Incorporeal
Debauched
Orgiastic
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— Ruth Tate
Acrostic - Suffix
Shallow
Bathe
Ret
 
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— Brian Newton

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.