noun, plural ce·su·ras, ce·su·rae [suh-zhoor-ee, -zoor-ee, siz-yoor-ee]. /səˈʒʊər i, -ˈzʊər i, sɪzˈyʊər i/.
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OTHER WORDS FROM cesurace·su·ral, adjective
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The cesura is to vary, but not from a fundamentally medial position.
The Cesura is called masculine when it follows an accented syllable.
There is far more divergence of judgment in the recognition of the cesura.
It coincides less closely than the cesura with syntactical and rhetorical pauses.
In the early Elizabethan period the impression was still general that there should be a regular medial cesura.