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imparisyllabic

[ im-par-uh-si-lab-ik ]
/ ɪmˌpær ə sɪˈlæb ɪk /
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adjective
(of a noun) not composed of the same number of syllables in all of its inflected forms, as Latin corpus, corporis.
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Origin of imparisyllabic

First recorded in 1720–30; impar + -i- + syllabic

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British Dictionary definitions for imparisyllabic

imparisyllabic
/ (ɪmˌpærsɪˈlæbɪk) /

adjective
(of a noun or verb in inflected languages) having inflected forms with different numbers of syllablesCompare parisyllabic
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