One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The complex sentence fragment running over these lines is trimetrical in shape, but each trimeter is not a discrete unit.’
- ‘Their lush certain music I doubt is wholly ascribable to this trimetrical device, however, which explains only their splendid cadence.’
- ‘The rhythmic romp of the waltz can be felt in the poet's iambic trimetrical quatrains.’
- ‘An anapestic or dactylic trimetrical line will have nine syllables, and a trisyllabic tetrametrical line will have twelve syllables.’
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