# Types of Meter

Anapestic

Since anapestic meter has a rolling, galloping feel, the subject matter of many anapestic poems mirrors the rhythm. Take these lines from John Masefield's 'Sea Fever': In the case of 'Sea Fever', Masefield uses his anapests sparingly.

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CALIPER

Vernier caliper, which consists up of two scales, main scale and vernier scale has a least count of 0.1 mm, whereas micrometer screw gauge in which the object measurements are taken by placing it between the spindle and anvil, has the last count of 0.01 mm.

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Dactylic

Definition, Usage and a list of Dactyl Examples in literature. Dactyl is a metrical foot, or a beat in a line, containing three syllables in which first one is accented followed by second and third unaccented syllables in quantitative meter

Dimeter

Meter is a unit of rhythm in poetry and is also called a foot. See some examples of meter in poetry here.

Iambic

Iambic meter is lines of poetry containing iambs. An iamb is a metrical foot having two syllables: the first unstressed, or 'weak,' and the second stressed. There are several different ways iambic meter is used in poetry.

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MICROMETER

Meters The metre is a unit of length in the metric system, and is the base unit of length in the International System of Units (SI). As the base unit of length in the SI and other m.k.s. systems (based around metres, kilograms and seconds) the metre is used to help derive other units of measurement such as the newton, for force.

Monometer

A manometer is a scientific instrument or gauge that measures pressure. Building a Manometer A simple manometer can be built by partially filling a clear plastic tube with a colored liquid to allow the fluid level to be easily observed.

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Pyrrhic

A pyrrhic (/ ˈ p ɪr ɪ k /; Greek: πυρρίχιος pyrrichios, from πυρρίχη pyrrichē) is a metrical foot used in formal poetry. It consists of two unaccented, short syllables. It is also known as a dibrach.

SLIDE CALIPER

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Spondee

Definition of Spondee. A metrical foot, spondee is a beat in a poetic line that consists of two accented syllables (stressed/stressed) or DUM-DUM stress pattern. Spondee is a poetic device that is not as common as other metrical feet, like iamb and trochee.

Trochiaic

Defining Trochaic Meter To define trochaic meter as simply as possible, it is a line of poetry composed of trochees. Like the iamb that is favored in over 75% of English poetry, the trochee is a basic metrical unit called a foot consisting of two syllables.

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VERNIER CALIPER

Vernier Caliper is an measuring instrument, which consists of main scale and vernier scale, it has a least count of 0.1 mm. It has a gun-like structure and is used to measure the internal and external dimensions of objects extremely accurately.