Origin of prosody
OTHER WORDS FROM prosodypro·sod·ic [pruh-sod-ik], /prəˈsɒd ɪk/, pro·sod·i·cal, adjective
Words nearby prosody
How to use prosody in a sentence
He hoped to treat the subject exhaustively in his forthcoming treatise on Ecclesiastical Prosody.
It is common for those that deliver the grammar of modern languages, to omit the Prosody.A Grammar of the English Tongue|Samuel Johnson
He always mentioned her as "that dear invaluable creature, Miss Prosody."
"Perhaps," said Lilla, frankly, with furtive enjoyment of Miss Prosody's stiffening face.
They had been reckoning on the phenomenon of Miss Prosody, subjugated by hunger, eating pie with her fingers.