noun, plural en·jamb·ments [en-jam-muh nts, -jamb-] /ɛnˈdʒæm mənts, -ˈdʒæmb-/. Prosody.
Origin of enjambment
Examples from the Web for enjambment
The piece is vigorous, if not quite Clevelandish in the presence of some enjambment, and the absence of extravagant conceit.Minor Poets of the Caroline Period, Vol III|John Cleveland
Enjambment, en-jamb′ment, n. in verse, the continuation of a sentence beyond the end of the line.
Now Bartels points out that in Layamons verse there is no enjambment and no beginning of a clause in the middle of a half-line.