logaoedic

[ law-guh-ee-dik, log-uh- ]
/ ˌlɔ gəˈi dɪk, ˌlɒg ə- /
Prosody

adjective

composed of dactyls and trochees or of anapests and iambs, producing a movement somewhat suggestive of prose.

noun

a logaoedic verse.

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Origin of logaoedic

1835–45; <Late Latin logaoedicus<Greek logaoidikós.See log-, ode, -ic
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British Dictionary definitions for logaoedic

logaoedic
/ (in classical prosody ˌlɒɡəˈiːdɪk) /

adjective

of or relating to verse in which mixed metres are combined within a single line to give the effect of prose

noun

a line or verse of this kind

Word Origin for logaoedic

C19: via Late Latin from Greek logaoidikos, from logos speech + aoidē poetry
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