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spondaic

[ spon-dey-ik ]
/ spɒnˈdeɪ ɪk /
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adjective Prosody.
of or relating to a spondee.
noting or constituting a spondee.
consisting of spondees; characterized by a spondee or spondees.
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Sometimes spon·da·i·cal .

Origin of spondaic

1715–25; <Late Latin spondaicus, metathetic variant of spondīacus<Greek spondeiakós, equivalent to spondeî(os) spondee + -akos, variant of -ikos-ic
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British Dictionary definitions for spondaic

spondaic
/ (spɒnˈdeɪɪk) /

adjective
prosody of, relating to, or consisting of spondees
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