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- n. Plural form of heptameter.
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_Sir Clyomon and Sir Clamydes_ is written in tedious alliterative heptameters.
(pentameters), rhyming heptameters, alternate heptameters and hexameters rhyming together, and the swift transition from one form to another in the same speech, possibly help towards the lyrical effect aimed at; the nature of the plot licenses a deviation from the ordinary dramatic rules; but such metric irresponsibility would be out of place in any ordinary play.