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- Of or pertaining to Eupolis, a dramatist of the Attic old comedy, who flourished about 425 b. c.: as, the Eupolidean verse or meter.
- n. In ancient prosody, a meter, confined to Greek comedy, composed of a first glyconic and a trochaic tetrapody catalectic: thus
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