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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Marked or characterized by continuing of the sense of a phrase beyond the end of a verse or couplet.

Usage examples (13)
  • Chaucer; and the heroic couplet, handled in the free, "enjambed" fashion of Hunt and Keats.
  • "enjambed" from the previous one -- is strange to him, or sparingly used by him, or used without success.
  • "enjambed," very mobile, and in the right hands admirably fluent and adaptable couplet, which William Browne and Chamberlayne practised in the early and middle...
  • "How could Zeke have known?" was the question that enjambed "What is. real, any - way?" for more
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