He departed from my view, a perplexing and polysyllabic problem, claiming for himself a useless and preposterous purity.
Hence the polysyllabic, and the descriptive character of the language, so composite in its aspect and in its forms.
The languages differ—the Turanian, like the Oceanic and the American, being inflected and polysyllabic.
And by the way, I met that polysyllabic cowboy again—and I discovered that, on the whole, my estimate was incorrect.
Joyce wore raised eyebrows and a slightly puzzled smile at these polysyllabic observations.
The commonest variation of the type occurs in the first thesis, which may be polysyllabic.
Swinburne's polysyllabic rage showed the force of the current he was trying to stem.
With regard to trisyllabic and polysyllabic words the remarks on pp. 176–7 are to be compared.
Owing to these licences, and to the introduction of polysyllabic theses, the rhythm of the verse sometimes becomes very heavy.
polysyllabic names, as San-ko-lin-sin, are generally Mongol.