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  • adj. disconnected; not fitted or adjusted.
  • adj. Being or relating to a verse of two members, having different rhythms, as for example when the first consists of iambuses and the second of trochees.
  • n. A verse of this kind.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Disconnected; not fitted or adjusted.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Disconnected; not fitted or adjusted.
  • In ancient prosody: With interior catalexis at the end of a colon; procatalectic or dicatalectic: as, an asynartetic verse, meter, or period.
  • Composed of cola of different kinds of feet; episynthetic.


Ancient Greek ἀσυνάρτητος (asunartētos, "disconnected, incoherent") from α- +‎ συναρτάω (sunartaō, "join or knit together") (from σύν (sun, "with") + ἀρτάω (artaō, "fasten or hang onto")) (Wiktionary)


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