Definition of sestet in English:
1 Prosody The last six lines of a sonnet.
- Or as Grafton puts it, in rhyming sestets, the footnote has the power to ‘buttress and undermine, at one and the same time’.
- The beginning octave of this sonnet fits poorly with the sestet.
- In the sestet we hear his revealingly equivocal reply to the proffered charge of aloofness.
Definition of sestet in:
- US English dictionary
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