cadenced cadenced


  • (adj) marked by a rhythmical cadence


  1. Some crowded into adjoining rooms; others stood in the courtyard outside, to which loudspeakers carried the cadenced voice.
  2. In prose, this folktale might well have been a catalog of horrors, but Southern mountaineers' dialect done into cadenced free verse makes of it a fascinating fable, moral and all.
  3. This mediocre quatrain would be unfairly quoted without also four of his more typical sadly cadenced verses: My heart is a dark forest where no.
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