- A sentence where the primary clause or its predicate is withheld before end; for instance, Despite heavy winds and almost impenetrable surface fog, the plane landed safely.
- A sentence whose primary term seems at its end.
- a complex sentence in which the main clause comes final and it is preceded because of the subordinate term
- Definition for "periodic sentence"
- A sentence where the primary clause or its…
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- Hypernym for "periodic sentence"