Half a line.
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[ Latin hemistichium
, Greek 'hmisti`chion
half + sti`chos
row, line, verse: confer French hémistiche
.] Half a poetic verse or line, or a verse or line not completed.
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• (n.) Half a poetic verse or line, or a verse or line not completed.
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hemistich 1. A half line of verse, especially when separated rhythmically from the rest of the line by a caesura (break or pause). 2. An incomplete, or imperfect, line of poetic verse.
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A hemistich (k; via Latin from Greek ἡμιστίχιον, from ἡμι- `half` + στίχος `verse`) is a half-line of verse, followed and preceded by a caesura, that makes up a single overall prosodic or verse unit. In Classical poetry, the hemistich is generally confined to drama. In Greek tragedy, characters exchanging clipped dialogue ...
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part of a line bounded by a caesura or some upper limit of syllables or stresses.
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half a verse line
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