Antispast

Classical meter consisting of four syllables per foot: one short, two long, one short.
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Antispast

An'ti·spast noun [ Latin antispastus , Greek ..., from ... to draw the contrary way; ... against + ... to draw.] (Pros.) A foot of four syllables, the first and fourth short, and the second and third long .
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Antispast

• (n.) A foot of four syllables, the first and fourth short, and the second and third long (#).
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antispast

Greek and Latin metrical foot consisting of short, long, long, and short syllables (i.e., an iambus and a trochee) / ~ ' ' ~ / . A possible English example is 'unblackguarded.'
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Antispast

Greek and latin metrical foot consisting of short, long, long, and short syllables (i.e., an iambus
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antispast

short-long-long-short
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