from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In ancient prosody, having the same number of moræ or units of time in thesis and arsis: as, an isorrhythmic measure or foot; characterized by such proportion (1:1) of thesis and arsis: as, the isorrhythmic class of feet; isorrhythmic movement. The isorrhythmic class (of feet) consists of the tetrasemic feet, namely: the dactyl , the anapest , and the spondee .


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