Anacrusis

Unstressed syllable(s) occurring at the start of a line which do not contribute to the meter.
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Anacrusis

An`a·cru'sis noun [ Greek ..., from ... to push up or back; ... + ... to strike.] (Pros.) A prefix of one or two unaccented syllables to a verse properly beginning with an accented syllable.
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Anacrusis

• (n.) A prefix of one or two unaccented syllables to a verse properly beginning with an accented syllable.
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anacrusis

in classical prosody, the up (or weak) beat, one or more syllables at the beginning of a line of poetry that are not regarded as a part of the ...
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Anacrusis

[genus] Anacrusis is a genus of moths belonging to the subfamily Tortricinae of the family Tortricidae. ...
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Anacrusis

In poetry, a set of extrametrical syllables at the beginning of a verse is said to stand in anacrusis (ἀνάκρουσις `pushing up`). The technique is seen Old English poetry; in lines of iambic pentameter, the technique applies a variation on the typical pentameter line causing it to appear at first glance as trochaic. In music, an anacru.....
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anacrusis

a note or notes that precede the first full bar; a pickup
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anacrusis

a note or notes that precede the first full bar; a pickup
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Anacrusis

The addition of an extra unstressed syllable or two at the start of a line of verse--but these addit
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anacrusis

syllable prior to the normal rhythm of a verse
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