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Definition of asynartetic 

of a line of verse

: containing disparate or unconnected rhythmic units: such as

a : with unhomogeneous rhythms in the two members distinguished by the caesura

b : with diaeresis, hiatus, or syllaba anceps at the caesura so that a quasi independence of the two members is effected

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History and Etymology for asynartetic

asynartete asynartetic verse (from Greek asynartētos asynartetic, from a- a- entry 2 + —assumed—synartētos, verbal of Greek synartan to join together from syn- + artan to fasten, hang) + -ic; perhaps akin to Greek aeirein to lift

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