Proceleusmatic Definition

noun

(poetry) A metrical foot consisting of four short syllables.

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adjective
Inciting; animating; encouraging.
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(poetry, not comparable) Consisting of four short syllables; composed of metrical feet of four short syllables each.

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Other Word Forms of Proceleusmatic

Noun

Singular:
proceleusmatic
Plural:
proceleusmatics

Origin of Proceleusmatic

  • Latin proceleusmaticus, from Ancient Greek [script?], to rouse to action beforehand, to incite.

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