Lexicographical Neighbors of Tribrachic
Literary usage of Tribrachic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Classical Museum by Leonhard Schmitz (1847)
"It is hard indeed to see how six dactylic or tribrachic feet in succession, should present any thing contrary fo the rhythmical movement of the English ..."
2. The Nineteenth Century (1890)
"... a dreadful thought comes over me that I may have been guilty of the immoral effeminacy of using trochaic and tribrachic movements, a crime for which a ..."
3. Greek and Roman Versification: With an Introduction on the Development of by Lucian Müller, Samuel Ball Platner (1892)
"Further, since by the laws of Latin accent, the final vowel was less emphatically pronounced in words with spondaic, trochaic, or tribrachic endings, ..."
4. The Journal of Classical and Sacred Philology by Joseph Barber Lightfoot, Fenton John Anthony Hort, John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor (1855)
"... English tongue rattling over deep-mouthed German with the hasty tribrachic rhythm and antepenultimate accent in which our tongue so much delights. ..."
5. Horæ Hellenicæ: Essays and Discussion on Some Important Points of Greek by John Stuart Blackie (1874)
"... are, as was hinted above, rather tribrachic than dactylic in their character; the tribrach occurring oftener in them than ..."