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triple acrostic

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triple acrostic (plural triple acrostics)

  1. A poem whose stanzas, except the first three, are clues for words. The initial letters of these words, in order, form a word clued by the first stanza; the middle letters, the second stanza; and the final letters, the second stanza.

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