[ am-fim-uh-ser ]
/ æmˈfɪm ə sər /
a trisyllabic foot, the arrangement of the syllables of which is long, short, long in quantitative meter, or stressed, unstressed, stressed in accentual meter, as anodyne, an accentual amphimacer.
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Also called cre·tic [kree-tik] /ˈkri tɪk/.
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British Dictionary definitions for amphimacer
/ (æmˈfɪməsə) /
prosody another word for cretic
Word Origin for amphimacer
C16: from Latin amphimacrus, from Greek amphimakros both ends being long, from amphi- + makros long
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