Definition of Haikus

1. Noun. (plural of haiku) ¹



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Definition of Haikus

1. haiku [n] - See also: haiku

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haikus

haidingerite
haiduc
haiduck
haiducks
haiduk
haiduks
haigerachite
haik
haika
haikai
haikal
haikals
haiks
haiku
haikulike
haikus (current term)
hail
hail-fellow
hail-fellow-well-met
hail and ride
hail fellow well met
hail from
hail storm
hail storms
hailed
hailer
hailers
hailest
hailier
hailiest

Literary usage of Haikus

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1. Gazetteer and Biographical Record of Genesee County, N.Y., 1788-1890 by Frederick W. Beers (1890)
"... and in 1850 closed his connection with the foundry at Le Roy by a sale to Harry haikus and the business for a few years longer was carried on by the ..."

2. Writing Poetry With Children by Jo Ellen Moore (1999)
"Students at this level have had lots of guided practice and are ready to write traditional haikus independently. 1 Reproduce the "How to" chart on page 32 ..."

3. Copy Proof: A New Method for Design and Education by Gert Staal, Edith Gruson (2000)
"In the end, five haikus were printed on street signs. They tell of brief moments that should subtly appeal to passers-by. - The poems were placed in the ..."

4. The Philosophical and Theological Works of ...by John Hutchinson by John Hutchinson (1749)
"I. 212,5. M. zi<j. tBe Soul, a Mole. haikus. D. 154. £.26.38-45.^o. ; 17o,256. £.187. L. 91. an Eagle. P. 286. to melt, pour out. P. 4o2. tt> g"lve, ..."

5. Readers' Theater Grade 4 by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Evan-Moor, Martha Cheney, Firek Hilve, Don Robison (2003)
"Here is a sample haiku based on "The Boy Who Drew Cats": An artist at heart The boy struggles to be true To his own nature Try writing your own haikus based ..."

6. Caught Creaturesby Daniel M. Davis by Daniel M. Davis (2005)
"Get some clean paper, imagination and pen, and you're good to go. Just remember to count the syllables out loud. I use my fingers. Send me your haikus! ..."

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