Definition of polyschematic in English:

polyschematic

adjective

Prosody
  • Designating a classical metre in which feet not metrically equivalent to the normal ones may be substituted for them; having many metres.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in The Century Dictionary. From Hellenistic Greek πολυσχήματος composed of various metres (from ancient Greek πολυ- + σχηματ-, σχῆμα) + -ic.

Pronunciation

polyschematic

/ˌpɒlɪskiːˈmatɪk//ˌpɒlɪskɪˈmatɪk/