cadency

[keyd-n-see]

noun, plural ca·den·cies.


Nearby words

  1. cade,
  2. cade, jack,
  3. cadelle,
  4. cadence,
  5. cadenced,
  6. cadent,
  7. cadent house,
  8. cadential,
  9. cadenza,
  10. cadet

Origin of cadency

First recorded in 1620–30; cad(ence) + -ency

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British Dictionary definitions for cadency

cadency

noun plural -cies

the line of descent from a younger member of a family
another word for cadence
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