Definition for A-CROS'TIC

A-CROS'TIC, n. [Gr. ακρα, extremity or beginning, and στιχος, order or verse.]

A composition in verse, in which the first letters of the lines, taken in order, form the name of a person, kingdom, city, &c., which is the subject of the composition, or some title or motto.

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