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Synonyms for couplet

two items of the same kind together

Synonyms for couplet

a stanza consisting of two successive lines of verse

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While speaking in the Lok Sabha, Sitharaman quoted Urdu poet Manzoor Hashmi, Chankaya, Swami Vivekananda and Lord Basaveshwara's couplets and teachings in the House.
He said the couplets photographed on a wall in his office were put up during Chinese New Year earlier this year.
With an exception, a few speakers end their fiery public addresses with couplets to ensure an impact on the participants but Mian Iftikhar Hussain, noted politician and general secretary of Awami National Party (ANP), ends his speech with Pashto couplets to register his impact and every time he does it with a purpose since his youth age.
These findings are concerning to couplet care nurses, as these patients and their babies are admitted to the typical couplet care unit two hours after delivery.
Thiruvalluvar was a Tamil poet-saint known as the author of the Tirukkural (Sacred Couplets) - a collection of couplets on ethics, political and economic matters and love, considered a masterpiece of human thought.
Fortunately, its Kryptonite is the color red, so placing red-colored couplets around the door as well as the door gods will keep Nian away.
Nasreen's Story is a contemporary rendering of a ghazal-the ancient Arabic/Persian/Urdu verse form comprised of autonomous couplets and employing an intricate patterning of rhyme and repetition.
His complete works, 'Kulliaat', consist of six dewans, containing 13,585 couplets comprising all kinds of poetic forms i.e.
He was followed by Kh.Razi Haider and here are a few selected couplets from his Kalam:
Barelvi entertained the community with his ghazals and couplets that he normally recites only at literary events.
The event will see prominent poets from both countries share the stage and recite their choicest couplets. The poets include Anwar Shaoor, Abbas Tabish, Ahmad Salman, Salman Gilani and Rakshanda Naveed from Pakistan; and Manzar Bhopali, Mehshar Afridi, Iqbal Ashar, Johar Kanpuri, Haseeb Soz, Agha Sarosh, Ashok Sahil, Mohamed Aijaz and Khushboo Rampuri from India.
Graham - brought up in Marske but now living in Skelton - likes to freshen up his safety and information announcements with a quirky selection of selfpenned couplets.
Written in witty rhyming couplets and illustrated in gently realistic, soft pencil pastels, "Give Your Song a Voice" is an affirming, inspiring, imaginative story that grows of its own momentum from a hazy dream to a fully animal-musical-talent-enriched manifestation.
Having six thousand couplets in metrical pattern of motaghareb, Ferdowsi's Shahnameh has tried to make poetry from the book that was considered the collection of national histories, chronicles and epics.