adjective log·a·oe·dic \ˌlä-gə-ˈē-dik\

Definition of LOGAOEDIC

:  marked by the mixture of several meters; specifically :  having a rhythm that uses both dactyls and trochees or anapests and iambs
logaoedic noun


Late Latin logaoedicus, from Late Greek logaoidikos, from Greek log- + aeidein to sing; from the resemblance of such rhythm to prose — more at ode
First Known Use: 1844

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