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acatalectic

adjective acat·a·lec·tic \(ˌ)ā-ˌka-tə-ˈlek-tik\

Definition of ACATALECTIC

:  not catalectic <acatalectic verse>
acatalectic noun

Origin of ACATALECTIC

Late Latin acatalecticus, from acatalectus, from Greek akatalēktos, from a- + katalēgein to leave off — more at catalectic
First Known Use: 1589

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