Proceleusmatic

Proc`e·leus·mat'ic adjective [ Latin proceleusmaticus , Greek ..., from ... to rouse to action beforehand; ... + ... to incite; confer French procéleusmatique .] 1. Inciting; animating; encouraging. [ R.] Johnson. 2. (Pros.) Consisting of four short sylla
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Proceleusmatic

Proc`e·leus·mat'ic noun (Pros.) A foot consisting of four short syllables.
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Proceleusmatic

• (a.) Inciting; animating; encouraging. • (a.) Consisting of four short syllables; composed of feet of four short syllables each. • (n.) A foot consisting of four short syllables.
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proceleusmatic

inciting; encouraging; exhorting
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