Recent Examples of prosody from the Web
For example, as a young bishop, Monson is said to have tended with particular care to the more than 80 widows in his congregation, comforting each one with small acts of kindness and telling stories with his signature sing-song prosody.
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Origin and Etymology of prosody
PROSODY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of prosody for English Language Learners
: the rhythm and pattern of sounds of poetry and language
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