Hemistich

A hemistich 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 to suggest rapidity and drama would speak in hemistichs (in hemistichomythia). The Roman poet Vir
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Hemistich

Half a line.
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Hemistich

Hem'i·stich noun [ Latin hemistichium , Greek 'hmisti`chion ; 'hmi- 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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Hemistich

• (n.) Half a poetic verse or line, or a verse or line not completed.
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hemistich

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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hemistich

see Line.
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Hemistich

part of a line bounded by a caesura or some upper limit of syllables or stresses.
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