Related formsnon·ca·denced, adjectiveun·ca·denced, adjective
Definition for cadenced (2 of 2)
noun Also cadency.
verb (used with object), ca·denced, ca·denc·ing.
Origin of cadence
Examples from the Web for cadenced
Men pay it for a tender phrase Set in a cadenced rhyme: I keep it as a crown of praise To crown the kings of time.Legends and Lyrics: First Series|Adelaide Anne Procter
Then came the lumber district, the swaying bridges where they broke their cadenced stride, and crossed at route step.
"The artillery near Cold Harbour—" said a voice, cadenced and manly.The Long Roll|Mary Johnston
The sound of their chanting voices broke in cadenced fragments against the shores of language.Four Weird Tales|Algernon Blackwood
This misconception springs from the almost complete ignorance of the public in regard to the laws of cadenced verse.Some Imagist Poets, 1916|Richard Aldington