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Hudibrastic

Line breaks: Hu¦di|bras¦tic
Pronunciation: /hjuːdɪˈbrastɪk/

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Definition of Hudibrastic in English:

adjective

literary
(Of language or verse) in the style of Hudibras, a mock-heroic satirical poem by Samuel Butler, published 1663–78: a Hudibrastic dialogue ridiculing various systems of philosophy

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