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cadenced

[ keyd-nst ]
/ ˈkeɪd nst /
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adjective
having or marked by a rhythmical cadence: the cadenced steps of marching troops.
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Origin of cadenced

First recorded in 1780–90; cadence + -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM cadenced

non·ca·denced, adjectiveun·ca·denced, adjective
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