noun, plural en·jamb·ments [en-jam-muh nts, -jamb-] /ɛnˈdʒæm mənts, -ˈdʒæmb-/. Prosody.
Origin of enjambment
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Historical Examples of enjambment
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.
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
Enjambment, en-jamb′ment, n. in verse, the continuation of a sentence beyond the end of the line.