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Things alexandrine often describes (“alexandrine ________”)
verse, school, line, period, couplets, version, verses, war, couplet, age, poets, manuscript, lines, critics, philosophy, text, library, measure, metre, form, recension, writers, work, tradition, fathers, theology, translators, poetry, scholars, coins, grammarians, meter, type, times, origin, tragedy, theologians, translation, influence, church, philosophers, epoch, family, schools, era, copy, doctrine, literature, geographer, rat, readings, culture, teachers, scholar, method, dialect, bulls, rats, learning, writer, quatrains, style, manuscripts, monarchies, jews, tragedies, column, empire, velvet, poet, translator, art, authorities, bishop, grammarian, philosopher, chronologists, architect, cycle, rhythm, gingerbread, cult, rhymes, liturgy, reforms, science, codex, sonnets, canon, court, father, epic, patterns, tetradrachms, trader, conquest

How alexandrine often is described (“________ alexandrine”)
needless, french, final, classical, last, classic, long, english, claudine, regular, pre, post, traditional, occasional, rhymed, syllable, dear, perfect, poor, rhyming, sonorous, legitimate, romantic, stilted, unintentional, wild, gabrielle, marie, monotonous, pendulous, needlefs, stiff, tragic, plusquam, learned, rectilinear, genuine, unbroken, ninth, rimed, false, rough, law, spenserian, beloved, unrhymed, magnificent, iambic, thorough, pure, formal, louise, shapen, ugly, drowsy, added, least, spanish, fifth, tedious, strange, incidental, charming, famous, caroline, elongated

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