acoluthic

adjective
ac·​o·​lu·​thic
variants: or akoluthic \ ¦a-​kə-​¦lü-​thik \

Definition of acoluthic

: following immediately (as a visual afterimage) upon the primary activity aroused by a stimulus

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History and Etymology for acoluthic

Greek akolouthos following + English -ic

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