caesura

[ si-zhoo r-uh, -zoo r-uh, siz-yoo r-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF caesura

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Further, the caesura, where it occurs at all, may be masculine as well as feminine.

This caesura, like the end of the line, may be either masculine or feminine.

I had no idea of caesura, my gestures destroyed its harmony, etc., etc.

The caesura is an important, though not essential, element in Spanish verse.

The "Nibelungen" strophe consists of four long lines separated by a caesura into two distinct halves.

Longer parts of a sentence may be separated both by the caesura and the pause at the end of the line.

These different kinds of caesura strictly correspond to their French models.

For this reason it also occurs more frequently than the other kinds of caesura in the Modern English four-beat line.

Unaccented extra syllables are found also before a caesura or at the end of the line.

The Middle English Alexandrine is a six-foot iambic line with a caesura after the third foot.

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