Acrostics [noun]

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You learn about the origins of jigsaw puzzles, acrostics and Archimedes boxes.

It would seem to be impossible to doubt her identity after the acrostic of the Amorosa Visione.

Each column is an acrostic of the name Martinvs Luthervs, making 80 scurrilous epithets.

The Acrostic and the Chronogram are both ingeniously described in the mock epic of the Scribleriad.

Neither the acrostic nor the Alexandrine has the property assigned to it here.

A character is like an acrostic or Alexandrian stanza;—read it forward, backward, or across, it still spells the same thing.

The popular feeling is expressed in a rather limping acrostic on his name, of which I quote only the first quarter.

At the beginning of “Sylvie and Bruno” is a little poem in three verses which forms an acrostic on my name.

The first set are acrostic, and are extant for all the plays except the Vidularia and the Bacchides.

For the whole of the Amorosa Visione is nothing but an acrostic on a gigantic scale.