- Having a metrically total pattern, particularly obtaining the complete quantity of syllables when you look at the last foot. Used of verse.
- Designating a line of verse having the necessary number of syllables within the last foot.
- maybe not faulty; complete.
- (verse) metrically complete; especially getting the complete number of syllables inside last metrical base
- A verse which has the complete amount of legs and syllables
- A verse which includes the whole range syllables within the last base.
- (prosody) a line of verse with the complete quantity of syllables
- In prosody, perhaps not halting short; total; having the total wide range of syllables in the last foot: as, an acatalectic verse.
Sentence for "acatalectic"
- The former is trochaicthe latter…
Synonym for "acatalectic"
Hypernym for "acatalectic"