A group or stanza of eight lines; an octet: he insisted upon adding another octrain to the hymn
More example sentences
- He had Gustave Ferrari in the role of Villon sing the first line of the octrain without echo.
- The octrain concludes by saying that real comfort and joy come from obeying the Word.
- Next follows an octrain in which the authoress challenges the carping critic to show better work than hers.
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