A unit of verse consisting of two lines, especially as used in Greek and Latin elegiac poetry.(noun)
A rhyming couplet.(noun)
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Use "distich" in a sentence
"The distich is highly fanciful and the conceits would hardly occur to"
"No matter what your fashion is, you volition be capable to break a distich of these place and actually rep the benefits."
"I am not certain that the distich is a simple interpolation, since there is nothing in the context to which it is an obvious gloss."