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  • n  a word having two syllables

  • The only possible reason for seeing it is the work of Robert Newton, an excellent actor who can put amazing variety and intensity of meaning into the oft-repeated dissyllable .
  • Of course, Webster allows that it was "formerly often" a dissyllable, and Shakespeare found it handier thus six times out of seven.

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