Definition of Caesuric

1. caesura [adj] - See also: caesura



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caesuric

caesian
caesious
caesium
caesium-137
caesium chloride
caesium clock
caesiums
caespitose
caesti
caestus
caestuses
caesura
caesurae
caesural
caesuras
caesuric (current term)
cafard
cafards
cafarsite
cafe
cafe'
cafe-au-lait spot
cafe au lait
cafe noir
cafe royale
cafes
cafestol
cafeteria
cafeteria facility
cafeteria tray

Literary usage of Caesuric

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1. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner (1896)
"In form, they mingle actual verse with a sort of poetic prose that is not marred by caesuric effects; having, as Mr. Watts-Dunton says, "the concrete ..."

2. Dante Gabriel Rossetti: A Record and a Study by William Sharp (1882)
"... variety of caesuric effects hitherto only attempted in blank verse, and that in the third line ..."

3. English Metrists in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries: Being a Sketch by Thomas Stewart Omond (1907)
"We hear later of " caesuric effects ", of " recognised and expected metrical bars " (p. 262, 2); also of " those lighter movements which we still call, ..."

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