Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In prosody, consisting of two cola or members: as, a dicolic line, verse, or period. In Greek and Roman poetry dicolic periods preponderate. The most frequent kinds of verse, the dactylic hexameter and the anapestic and trochaic tetrameters (but not the iambic trimeter, which is monocolic), are examples. See
- In rhetoric, consisting of two clauses or groups of clauses: as, a dicolic period.
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