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cesura

[ suh-zhoor-uh, -zoor-uh, siz-yoor-uh ]
/ səˈʒʊər ə, -ˈzʊər ə, sɪzˈyʊər ə /
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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 cesura

ce·su·ral, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for cesura

cesura
/ (sɪˈzjʊərə) /

noun plural -ras or -rae (-riː)
prosody a variant spelling of caesura

Derived forms of cesura

cesural, adjective
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